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Welding Consumables Product Catalogue

Welding Consumables
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PACKAGING SOLUTIONS PACKAGING SOLUTIONS
STICK ELECTRODES MIG & FLUX-CORED WIRES

S 200 S 300 BS 300 B 300


Requires adaptor
CARDBOARD: The cost effective solution for regular PROTECH : Competitive vacuum packaging
TM

applications without special requirements for stick electrodes


ACCUTRAK® drum
TIG rods PE tube
250/500kg

SUBMERGED ARC FLUX AND WIRES

SAHARA READYPACK®: The best vacuum pack for the LINC CANTM : for severe working conditions
most demanding applications that require an absolute and when a guarantee on moisture absorption
guarantee for low diffusible hydrogen and/or low resistance is needed
moisture level 100kg coil :
25kg coil : High capacity packaging for
VCI packaging for optimum column/boom applications,
corrosion protection during optimum for multi-wire 300kg 1000kg coil
transportation and storage applications (tandem/triple arc) wooden reel liftable

LINC PACK: 1kg-pack, ideal for maintenance & repair


welding and for small welding jobs in general

ROD OVEN HYDROGUARDTM Protect your stick SPEED FEED drum ACCUTRAK® / 220/250kg Steel Drum 25kg plastic bag & moisture Big Bag, 1000 kg
electrodes from moisture pick up and prevent weld SPEED FEED drums for optimum moisture resistant Sahara Ready Bag
PE tube 600KG/1000KG pick-up protection of flux (SRB)
cracking and porosity
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GENERAL INFORMATION 4
STICK ELECTRODES 63
MIG/MAG WIRES 300
TIG WIRES 358
FLUX-CORED WIRES 407
SUBMERGED ARC CONSUMABLES 532
PIPELINER RANGE 611
CERAMIC BACKING MATERIALS 652
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GENERAL INFORMATION

GENERAL INFORMATION Kryo® 1.......................................................................150


Kryo® 1N....................................................................152
Chemical composition & Classification................8 Kryo® 1P.....................................................................154
Kryo® 1-145................................................................156
Corresponding welding consumables .................25 Kryo® 1-180................................................................158
Kryo® 2.......................................................................160
EN/ISO classification................................................30 Kryo® 3.......................................................................162
Kryo® 4.......................................................................164
A/F/M Numbers........................................................35 SL®12G........................................................................166
SL®19G.......................................................................168
Welding positions....................................................36 SL®20G.......................................................................170
SL®22G.......................................................................172
Selection tables........................................................38 SL®502.......................................................................174
SL®9Cr(P91)...............................................................176
Cost calculations for steel constructions
with stick electrodes .............................................48 Stainless and Heat Resistant Steel
Arosta® 304L.............................................................178
Ferrite in weld metal...............................................51 Limarosta® 304L......................................................180
Vertarosta® 304L.....................................................182
Packaging and sizes................................................54 Jungo® 304L..............................................................184
Arosta® 347...............................................................186
Sahara® ReadyPack® .............................................57 Jungo® 347.................................................................188
Arosta® 316L.............................................................190
Storage and handling..............................................58 Limarosta® 316L.......................................................192
Vertarosta® 316L......................................................194
DATASHEETS COVERED ELECTRODES Jungo® 316L...............................................................196
Limarosta® 316L-130 ...............................................198
Mild and Fine Grained Steel...................................... Arosta® 318................................................................200
Fleetweld® 5P+.........................................................64 Jungo® 4465..............................................................202
Supra®........................................................................66 Jungo® 4500.............................................................204
Omnia®......................................................................68 Arosta® 4462.............................................................206
Pantafix®...................................................................70 Jungo® 4462..............................................................208
Omnia® 46.................................................................72 Jungo® 309L..............................................................210
Numal.........................................................................74 Arosta® 309S............................................................212
Cumulo®....................................................................76 Limarosta® 309S......................................................214
Universalis®..............................................................78 Arosta® 309Mo.........................................................216
Rental.........................................................................80 Nichroma...................................................................218
Ferrod® 165A.............................................................82 Nichroma 160............................................................220
Ferrod® 135T.............................................................84 Limarosta® 312.........................................................222
Ferrod® 160T.............................................................86 Arosta® 307...............................................................224
Gonia 180...................................................................88 Arosta® 307-160.......................................................226
Baso® 48SP...............................................................90 Jungo® 307................................................................228
Basic 7018..................................................................92 Arosta® 304H............................................................230
Basic 7018P................................................................94 Arosta® 309H............................................................232
Baso® 51P..................................................................96 Intherma® 310..........................................................234
Lincoln 7016 DR........................................................98 Intherma® 310B........................................................236
Baso® 100..................................................................100 Linox P 308L..............................................................238
Baso® 120..................................................................102 Linox 308L.................................................................240
Baso® G......................................................................104 Linox P 316L...............................................................242
Baso® 26V..................................................................106 Linox 316L..................................................................244
Vandal........................................................................108 Linox P 309L .............................................................246
Conarc® 48................................................................110 Linox 309L.................................................................248
Conarc® 49................................................................112
Conarc® 49C..............................................................114 Nickel alloys
Conarc® One.............................................................116 NiCro 31/27.................................................................250
Conarc® 50................................................................118 NiCro 60/20...............................................................252
Conarc® 51.................................................................120 NiCro 70/15.................................................................254
Conarc® 52.................................................................122 NiCro 70/15Mn...........................................................256
Lincoln 7018-1............................................................124 NiCro 70/19.................................................................258
Conarc® L150.............................................................126 NYLOID 2....................................................................260
Conarc® V180............................................................128 NYLOID 4....................................................................262
Kardo..........................................................................130
Aluminium
Low Alloy Steel AlMn...........................................................................264
Shield Arc® HYP+......................................................132 AlSi5............................................................................266
Shield Arc® 70+.........................................................134 AlSi12..........................................................................268
Conarc® 55CT............................................................136
Conarc® 60G.............................................................138 Hardfacing Applications
Conarc® 70G..............................................................140 Wearshield® BU-30.................................................270
Conarc® 74.................................................................142 Wearshield® Mangjet ( e).......................................272
Conarc® 80................................................................144 Wearshield® 15CrMn...............................................274
Conarc® 80G.............................................................146 Wearshield® MM 40................................................276
Conarc® 85................................................................148 Wearshield® MM......................................................278
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Wearshield® T&D.....................................................280 SuperGlaze® MIG 4047............................................348
Wearshield® MI ( e)..................................................282 SuperGlaze® MIG 5087 ...........................................349
Wearshield® ABR.....................................................284 SuperGlaze® MIG 5183 ............................................350
Wearshield® ME (e) ................................................286 SuperGlaze® MIG 5356 ...........................................351
Wearshield® 60 (e) .................................................288 SuperGlaze® MIG 5356 TM.....................................352
Wearshield® 70 .......................................................290 SuperGlaze® MIG 5556............................................353
Wearshield® 420 .....................................................292 SuperGlaze® MIG 5556A ........................................354
SuperGlaze® MIG 5754 ...........................................355
Cast Iron
RepTec Cast 1............................................................294 Hardfacing
RepTec Cast 3............................................................296 LNM 420FM ..............................................................356
RepTec Cast 31..........................................................298 LNM 4M .....................................................................357

DATASHEETS MIG WIRES DATASHEETS TIG WIRES


Typical Operations Procedures ............................301
Mild Steel
Mild Steel LNT 24 .......................................................................359
LNM 25 ......................................................................302 LNT 25 .......................................................................360
UltraMag® ................................................................303 LNT 26 .......................................................................361
UltraMag® SG3.........................................................304
SupraMIG®.................................................................305 Low Alloy Steel..........................................................
SupraMIG® CF...........................................................306 LNT 28........................................................................362
SupraMig® HD..........................................................307 LNT Ni1 ......................................................................363
SupraMIG Ultra® .....................................................308 LNT NiMo1 ................................................................364
SupraMIG Ultra® CF.................................................309 LNT Ni2.5...................................................................365
SupraMig Ultra® HD................................................310 LNT 12 ........................................................................366
LNT 19.........................................................................367
Low Alloy Steel LNT 20 .......................................................................368
LNM 28 ......................................................................311 LNT 502 .....................................................................369
LNM MoNi .................................................................312 LNT 9Cr(P91) .............................................................370
LNM MoNiVa ............................................................313
LNM MoNiCr..............................................................314 Stainless Steel
LNM Ni1 .....................................................................315 LNT 304LSi.................................................................371
LNM Ni2.5 .................................................................316 LNT 304L ...................................................................372
LNM 12........................................................................317 LNT 347Si ..................................................................373
LNM 19 .......................................................................318 LNT 316LSi ................................................................374
LNM 20 ......................................................................319 LNT 316L.....................................................................375
LNT 318Si ..................................................................376
Stainless Steel LNT 4439Mn .............................................................377
LNM 304LSi................................................................320 LNT 4500 ..................................................................378
LNM 304L...................................................................321 LNT 4462 ...................................................................379
LNM 347Si .................................................................322 LNT Zeron® 100X.......................................................380
LNM 316LSi ................................................................323 LNT 309LHF...............................................................381
LNM 318Si...................................................................324 LNT 309LSi ...............................................................382
LNM 4455 ..................................................................325 LNT 309L ..................................................................383
LNM 4362...................................................................326 LNT 304H...................................................................384
LNM 4462 ..................................................................327 LNT 310.......................................................................385
LNM 4500 .................................................................328
LNM 2507...................................................................329 Nickel alloys
LNM 309LSi................................................................330 LNT NiCro 60/20.......................................................386
LNM 307 ....................................................................331 LNT NiCro 70/19 .......................................................387
LNM 309H .................................................................332 LNT NiCroMo 59/23 .................................................388
LNM 310 .....................................................................333 LNT NiCu 70/30.........................................................389
LNM 312 .....................................................................334 LNT NiTi ....................................................................390
Nickel alloys Copper alloys
LNM NiCro 31/27........................................................335 LNT CuNi30 ..............................................................391
LNM NiCro 60/20......................................................336 LNT CuSn6 ................................................................392
LNM NiCro 70/19 ......................................................337 LNT CuSi3 .................................................................393
LNM NiTi....................................................................338
LNM NiFe ..................................................................339 Aluminium alloys
SuperGlaze® TIG 1070 ............................................394
Copper alloys SuperGlaze® TIG 1100 .............................................395
LNM CuAl8.................................................................340 SuperGlaze® TIG 4043 ............................................396
LNM CuAl8Ni6...........................................................341 SuperGlaze® TIG 4047 ............................................397
LNM CuSn .................................................................342 SuperGlaze® TIG 5183..............................................398
LNM CuSi3..................................................................343 SuperGlaze® TIG 5183 .............................................399
SuperGlaze® TIG 5356 ............................................400
Aluminium alloys SuperGlaze® TIG 5554 ............................................401
SuperGlaze® MIG 1070 ...........................................344 SuperGlaze® TIG 5754 ............................................402
SuperGlaze® MIG 1100 ............................................345
SuperGlaze® MIG 2319 ............................................346
SuperGlaze® MIG 4043............................................347
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GENERAL INFORMATION

Autogenous Wires Cor-A-Rosta® P309L ...............................................504


LNG I ..........................................................................403 Cor-A-Rosta® 309MoL ............................................506
LNG II .........................................................................404 Cor-A-Rosta® P309MoL .........................................508
LNG IV .......................................................................405 Cor-A-Rosta® 4462 .................................................510
Cor-A-Rosta® P4462 ...............................................512
DATASHEETS FLUX-CORED WIRES LINCORE, Hardfacing, self shielded
Lincore® 33 ...............................................................514
OUTERSHIELD (gas shielded) Lincore® 40-O ..........................................................516
Metal cored, un-and low alloyed Lincore® 50 ..............................................................518
Outershield® MC700................................................408 Lincore® 55 ..............................................................520
Outershield® MC710-H ...........................................410 Lincore® 60-O..........................................................522
Outershield® MC710RF-H ......................................412 Lincore® T&D ...........................................................524
Outershield® MC710C-H..........................................414 Lincore® 15CrMn.......................................................526
Outershield® MC715-H ...........................................416 Lincore® 420 ............................................................528
Outershield® MC715-Ni1-H.....................................414 Lincore® M................................................................530
Outershield® MC420N-H........................................418
DATASHEETS SUBMERGED ARC CONSUMABLES
Rutile and Basic, Un-alloyed
Outershield® 70-H ..................................................420 Mild steel, Solid Wires
Outershield® 71E-H..................................................422 L-60.............................................................................533
Outershield® 71M-H ...............................................424 L-61..............................................................................534
Outershield® 71MS-H .............................................426 LNS 135.......................................................................535
Outershield® T55-H ................................................428 L-50M.........................................................................536
Rutile, low alloyed, gas shielded Low Alloy Solid Wires
Outershield® 81Ni1-H .............................................430 L-70 ............................................................................537
Outershield® 81Ni1-HSR .........................................432 LNS 140A....................................................................538
Outershield® 81NiC-H .............................................434 LNS 133TB .................................................................539
Outershield® 81K2-H...............................................436 LNS 140TB .................................................................540
Outershield® 81K2-HSR...........................................438 LNS 150 ......................................................................541
Outershield® 91Ni1-HSR .........................................440 LNS 151 .......................................................................542
Outershield® 91K2-HSR...........................................442 LNS 160......................................................................543
Outershield® 101Ni1-HSR........................................444 LNS 162.......................................................................544
Outershield® 690-H ...............................................446 LNS 163 ......................................................................545
Outershield® 690-HSR............................................448 LNS 164.......................................................................546
LNS 165.......................................................................547
Rutile and Metal Cored, weather resistant LNS 168 ......................................................................548
Outershield® 500CT-H ...........................................450 LNS 175 ......................................................................549
Outershield® 555CT-H ............................................452
Outershield® MC555CT-H.......................................454 Mild Steel Flux-Cored Wires
LNS T55 .....................................................................550
Rutile, Heat and Creep Resistant
Outershield® 12-H....................................................456 Stainless Steel Solid Wires
Outershield® 19-H ...................................................458 LNS 304L....................................................................551
Outershield® 20-H...................................................460 LNS 304H ..................................................................552
LNS 307 .....................................................................553
METALSHIELD LNS 309L....................................................................554
Metalshield® Z..........................................................462 LNS 316L ....................................................................555
LNS 318 ......................................................................556
INNERSHIELD (self shielded) LNS 347.......................................................................557
Innershield® NR®-152..............................................464 LNS 4455....................................................................558
Innershield® NR®-203 NiC .....................................466 LNS 4462 ...................................................................559
Innershield® NR®-203Ni1 .......................................468 LNS 4500 ..................................................................560
Innershield® NR®-211-MP.......................................470 LNS Zeron® 100X ......................................................561
Innershield® NR®-232.............................................472
Innershield® NR®-233.............................................474 Nickel base Solid WIres
Innershield® NR®-207-H .......................................476 LNS NiCro 60/20 ......................................................562
Innershield® NR®-208-H .......................................478 LNS NiCro 70/19........................................................563
Innershield® NR®-305.............................................480 LNS NiCro Mo 60/16.................................................564
Innershield® NR®-311..............................................482
Innershield® NR®-400............................................484 Fluxes
Innershield® NR®-440Ni2.......................................486 761...............................................................................566
Innershield® NR®-555.............................................488 780..............................................................................568
Innershield® NS®-3M..............................................490 781...............................................................................570
782...............................................................................572
COR-A-ROSTA (stainless steel, gas shielded) 708GB.........................................................................574
Cor-A-Rosta® 304L ..................................................492 802..............................................................................575
Cor-A-Rosta® P304L................................................494 839..............................................................................576
Cor-A-Rosta® 347.....................................................496 842-H..........................................................................578
Cor-A-Rosta® 316L...................................................498 WTX............................................................................581
Cor-A-Rosta® P316L ................................................500 8500............................................................................582
Cor-A-Rosta® 309L .................................................502 860..............................................................................583
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888..............................................................................586
960..............................................................................588
980..............................................................................590
995N...........................................................................592
998N...........................................................................594
P223............................................................................596
P230 ...........................................................................598
P240............................................................................602
P2000 ........................................................................604
P2007..........................................................................606
P2000S.......................................................................608

DATASHEETS PIPELINER® RANGE


Cellulosic Electrodes
PIPELINER® 6P+.......................................................612
PIPELINER® 7P+........................................................614
PIPELINER® 8P+.......................................................616
Basic Electrodes
PIPELINER® 16P .......................................................618
PIPELINER® 18P........................................................620
High Strength, Basic Electrodes
PIPELINER® LH-D80 ...............................................622
PIPELINER® LH-D90................................................624
PIPELINER® LH-D100..............................................626
Solid Wires
PIPELINER® 70S-G...................................................628
PIPELINER® 80S-G ..................................................629
PIPELINER® 80Ni1....................................................630
Flux-cored Wires
PIPELINER® G60M-E...............................................632
PIPELINER® G70M ...................................................634
PIPELINER® G70M-H...............................................636
PIPELINER® G70M-E................................................638
PIPELINER® G80M ..................................................640
PIPELINER® G80M-H...............................................642
PIPELINER® G80M-E...............................................644
PIPELINER® G90M-E ..............................................646
PIPELINER® NR®-207+ ...........................................648
PIPELINER® NR®-208XP ........................................650

CERAMIC BACKING MATERIALS ............................652

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COVERED ELECTRODES FOR MILD AND FINE GRAINED STEEL
Chemical composition (typical values) in %
Product name AWS EN/ISO
C Mn Si P S
Fleetweld® 5P+ 0.20 0.56 0.17 - - A5.1 E6010 ISO 2560-A E 42 3 C 2 5
Supra® 0.12 0.5 0.6 - - A5.1 E6012 ISO 2560-A E 38 0 RC 1 1
Omnia® 0.07 0.5 0.5 - - A5.1 E6013 ISO 2560-A E 42 0 RC 1 1
Pantafix 0.09 0.5 0.4 - - A5.1 E6013 ISO 2560-A E 38 0 RC 1 1
Omnia® 46 0.06 0.5 0.45 - - A5.1 E6013 ISO 2560-A E 38 0 R 1 1
Numal 0.06 0.5 0.45 - - A5.1 E6013 ISO 2560-A E 38 0 R 1 1
Cumulo® 0.1 0.5 0.4 - - A5.1 E6013 ISO 2560-A E 38 0 R 1 2
Universalis® 0.1 0.6 0.4 - - A5.1 E6013 ISO 2560-A E 42 0 RR 1 2
Rental 0.07 0.8 0.5 - - A5.1 E7024 ISO 2560-A E 38 0 RR 7 3
Ferrod 165A 0.07 0.95 0.3 - - A5.1 E7024-1 ISO 2560-A E 42 2 RA 7 3
Ferrod 135T 0.08 0.5 0.35 - - A5.1 E7024 ISO 2560-A E 38 0 RR 5 3
Ferrod 160T 0.07 0.9 0.6 - - A5.1 E7024 ISO 2560-A E 42 0 RR 7 3
Gonia 180 0.07 1.0 0.35 - - A5.1 E7024 ISO 2560-A E 42 0 RR 7 3
CHEMICAL COMPOSITION AND CLASSIFICATION

Baso® 48 SP 0.075 1.4 0.45 - - A5.1 E7018-1 H8 ISO 2560-A E 46 3 B 3 2 H10*

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Basic 7018 0.05 1.3 0.4 - - A5.1 E7018 H4 ISO 2560-A E 42 2 B 1 2 H10
Basic 7018P 0.05 1.3 0.4 - - A5.1 E7018 H4 ISO 2560-A E 42 4 B 4 2 H5
Baso® 51P 0.06 1.3 0.5 0.015 0.01 A5.1 E7018-1 ISO 2560-A E 46 3 B 3 2 H5
Lincoln 7016 DR 0.08 1.2 0.6 - - A5.1 E7016 ISO 2560-A E 42 3 B 1 2 H5
Baso® 100 0.08 1.0 0.5 - - A5.1 E7016 H4R ISO 2560-A E 42 3 B 1 2 H5
Baso® 120 0.08 1.2 0.5 - - A5.1 E7018 H4R ISO 2560-A E 42 3 B 3 2 H5
Baso® G 0.05 1.3 0.4 - - A5.1 E7018-1 H4R ISO 2560-A E 42 5 B 3 2 H5
Baso® 26V 0.09 1.1 0.7 - - A5.1 E 7048 H8 ISO 2560-A E 42 3 B 1 5 H10
Vandal 0.07 1.2 0.5 - - A5.1 E7018-1 H4R ISO 2560-A E 42 4 B 3 2 H5
Conarc® 48 0.05 1.3 0.3 - - A5.1 E7018-1 H4 ISO 2560-A E 46 4 B 4 2 H5
Conarc® 49 0.09 1.1 0.6 0.015 0.010 A5.1 E7018 H4 ISO 2560-A E 46 3 B 4 2 H5
Conarc® 49C 0.06 1.4 0.3 0.015 0.010 A5.1 E7018-1 H4R ISO 2560-A E 46 4 B 3 2 H5
Conarc® One 0.05 1.3 0.4 0.015 0.010 A5.1 E7018-1 H4R ISO 2560-A E 42 5 B 3 2 H5
Conarc® 50 0.05 1.0 0.3 -- - A5.1 E7018-1 H4R ISO 2560-A E 46 5 B 3 2 H5
Conarc® 51 0.06 1.4 0.5 0.015 0.010 A5.1 E7016-1 H4R ISO 2560-A E 42 4 B 1 2 H5
Conarc® 52 0.06 1.2 0.4 0.015 0.010 A5.1 E7016 ISO 2560-A E 42 2 B 1 2 H5
LINCOLN® 7018-1 0.05 1.0 0.3 0.015 0.010 A5.1 E7018-1 ISO 2560-A E 46 3 B 3 2 H5
Conarc® L150 0.07 0.95 0.4 0.015 0.010 A5.1 E7028 H4R ISO 2560-A E 42 2 B 5 3 H5
Conarc® V180 0.08 1.2 0.3 0.015 0.010 A5.1 E7028 H4R ISO 2560-A E 42 4 B 7 3 H5
Kardo® 0.03 0.4 0.25 0.015 0.010 A5.1 E6018 1) ISO 2560-A E 35 2 B 3 2 H5

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COVERED ELECTRODES FOR LOW ALLOY STEEL (HIGH YIELD, LOW TEMPERATURE AND CREEP RESISTANT STEEL)

Chemical composition (typical values) in %


Product AWS EN/ISO

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C Mn Si Ni Cr Mo Cu V Nb N P S
Shield Arc® HYP+ 0.13-0.17 0.49-0.63 0.08-0.18 - - 0.27-0.31 - <0.01 - - - - A5.5 E 7010-P1 ISO 2560-A E 42 2 Mo C 2 5
Shield Arc® 70+ 0.13-0.17 0.6-1.2 0.05-0.3 0.75-0.97 0.01-0.2 0.05-0.15 0.02-0.04 0.012 0.013 A5.5 E 8010-G ISO 2560-A E 46 4 1Ni C 2 5
Conarc® 55CT 0.05 1.5 0.4 0.9 - - 0.4 - - - 0.010 0.015 A5.5 E8018-W2-H4R 1) ISO 2560-A E 46 5 Mn1Ni B 3 2 H5
Conarc® 60G 0.06 1.0 0.4 1.6 - 0.3 - - - - 0.015 0.010 A5.5 E9018M-H4 EN-ISO 18275 E 55 4 Z B 3 2 H5
Conarc® 70G 0.06 1.2 0.4 1.0 - 0.4 - - - - 0.014 0.009 A5.5 E9018-G-H4R EN-ISO 18275 E 55 4 1NiMo B 3 2 H5

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Conarc® 74 0.05 1.5 0.5 0.95 - - - - - - 0.010 0.005 A5.5 E8018-G-H4R ISO 2560-A E 50 6 Mn1Ni B 3 2 H5
Conarc® 80 0.06 1.5 0.4 2.2 - 0.4 - - - - 0.015 0.01 A5.5 E11018M-H4 EN-ISO 18275 E 69 5 Z B 3 2 H5
Conarc® 80G 0.06 1.5 0.4 2.2 0.3 0.3 - - - - 0.01 0.01 A5.5 E11018G-H4 EN-ISO 18275 E 69 6 Z B 32 H5
Conarc® 85 0.06 1.4 0.3 2.0 0.4 0.4 - - - - 0.01 0.01 A5.5 E12018-G-H4R EN-ISO 18275 E 69 5 Mn2NiCrMo B 3 2 H5
Kryo® 1 0.05 1.5 0.4 0.9 - - - - - - 0.01 0.01 A5.5 E7018-G-H4R2) ISO 2560-A E 50 6 Mn1Ni B 3 2 H5
Kryo® 1N 0.07 1.7 0.5 0.9 - - - - - - 0.02 0.005 A5.5 E8016-G-H4R ISO 2560-A E 50 6 Mn1Ni B 1 2 H5
Kryo® 1P 0.05 1.5 0.5 0.95 - - - - - - 0.010 0.005 A5.5 E 8018-G-H4R ISO 2560-A E 50 6 Mn1Ni B 3 2 H5
Kryo® 1-145 0.06 1.5 0.5 0.9 - - - - - - 0.010 0.010 A5.5 E8018-G-H4R ISO 2560-A E 50 6 Mn1Ni B 5 3 H5
Kryo® 1-180 0.07 1.2 0.3 0.9 - - - - - - 0.020 0.010 A5.5 E 8018-G-H4R ISO 2560-A E 50 5 1Ni B 7 3 H5
Kryo® 2 0.05 1.6 0.3 1.5 - - - - - - 0.015 0.01 A5.5 E9018-G-H4R EN-ISO 18275 E 55 6 Z B 3 2 H5
Kryo® 3 0.05 0.7 0.3 2.5 - - - - - - 0.015 0.010 A5.5 E8018-C1-H4 ISO 2560-A E 46 8 3Ni B 3 2 H5*
Kryo® 4 0.03 0.6 0.4 3.6 - - - - - - 0.010 0.005 A5.5 E7016-C2L-H4R ISO 2560-A E 38 8 3Ni B 3 2 H5
SL®12G 0.05 0.8 0.6 - - 0.55 - - - - 0.02 0.01 A5.5 E7018-A1-H4R ISO 3580-A E Mo B 3 2 H5
SL®19G 0.06 0.75 0.6 - 1.1 0.5 - - - - 0.015 0.01 A5.5 E8018-B2-H4 ISO 3580-A E CrMo1 B 3 2 H5
SL®20G 0.06 0.8 0.6 - 2.3 1.0 - - - - 0.015 0.01 A5.5 E9018-B3-H4 ISO 3580-A E CrMo2 B 3 2 H5
SL®22G 0.06 0.8 0.6 - 0.5 0.5 - 0.3 - - 0.02 0.01 A5.5 E8018-B1-H4 ISO 3580-A E Z B 3 2 H5
SL®502 0.07 0.8 0.6 - 5.3 0.6 - - - - 0.020 0.010 A5.5 E8018-B6-H4R ISO 3580-A E CrMo5 B 3 2 H5
®
1) SL 9Cr(P91) 0.09 0.6 0.2 0.6 9.0 1.0 - 0.2 0.04 0.04 0.010 0.010 A5.5 E9016-B9-H4 ISO 3580-A E CrMo91 B 3 2 H5
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2)
meet also AWS A5.5: E8018-G-H4R

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COVERED ELECTRODES FOR STAINLESS AND HEAT RESISTANT STEEL
Chemical composition (typical values) in %
Product name AWS EN/ISO
C Mn Si Cr Ni Mo Nb Cu N W
®
Arosta 304L 0.02 0.80 0.80 19.5 9.7 - - - - - A5.4 E308L-16 ISO 3581-A E 19 9 L R 12
Limarosta® 304L 0.025 0.75 0.95 19.0 9.7 - - - - - A5.4 E308L-17 ISO 3581-A E 19 9 L R 12
Vertarosta® 304L 0.02 0.8 0.7 20.0 9.8 - - - - - A5.4 E308L-15 ISO 3581-A E 19 9 L R 21
Jungo® 304L 0.025 1.8 0.4 19.0 10.0 - - - - - A5.4 E308L-15 ISO 3581-A E 19 9 L B 22
Arosta® 347 0.03 0.8 0.8 19.5 9.8 - 0.35 - - - A5.4 E347-16 ISO 3581-A E 19 9 Nb R 12
Jungo® 347 0.02 1.6 0.5 20.0 10.0 - 0.40 - - - A5.4 E347-15 ISO 3581-A E 19 9 Nb B 22
Arosta® 316L 0.02 0.8 0.8 18.0 11.5 2.85 - - - - A5.4 E316L-16 ISO 3581-A E 19 12 3 L R 12
Limarosta® 316L 0.02 0.8 1.0 18.0 11.5 2.8 - - - - A5.4 E316L-17 ISO 3581-A E 19 12 3 L R 12
Vertarosta® 316L 0.02 0.7 0.85 18.0 11.5 2.8 - - - - A5.4 E316L-15 ISO 3581-A E 19 12 3 L R 21
Jungo® 316L 0.025 1.6 0.4 18.5 11.0 2.7 - - - - A5.4 E316L-15 ISO 3581-A E 19 12 3 L B 22
Limarosta® 316L-130 0.02 0.65 1.0 18.0 11.5 2.8 - - - - A5.4 E316L-17 ISO 3581-A E 19 12 3 L R 53
Arosta® 318 0.03 0.8 0.85 18.0 11.5 2.7 0.35 - - - A5.4 E318-16 ISO 3581-A E 19 12 3 Nb R 12
Jungo® 4465 0.03 4.5 0.4 25.0 22.0 2.2 - - 0.13 - A5.4 E310Mo-15* ISO 3581-A E 25 22 2 N L B 22*
Jungo® 4500 0.02 1.2 0.9 20.0 25.0 5.0 - 1.5 - - A5.4 E385-16* ISO 3581-A E 20 25 5 Cu N L R 12
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Arosta® 4462 0.02 0.8 1.0 22.5 9.5 3.2 - - 0.16 - A5.4 E2209-16 ISO 3581-A E 22 9 3 N L R 32
Jungo® 4462 0.025 1.6 0.5 23.5 9.0 3.0 - - 0.15 - A5.4 E2209-15 ISO 3581-A E 22 9 3 N L B 22
Jungo® 309L 0.025 1.5 0.4 23.0 13.0 - - - - - A5.4 E309L-15 ISO 3581-A E 23 12 L B 22

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Arosta® 309S 0.02 0.8 0.8 23.5 12.5 - - - - - A5.4 E309L-16 ISO 3581-A E 23 12 L R 32
Limarosta® 309S 0.02 0.8 1.0 23.0 12.5 - - - - - A5.4 E309L-17 ISO 3581-A E 23 12 L R 32
Arosta® 309Mo 0.02 0.8 0.8 23.0 12.5 2.7 - - - - A5.4 E309LMo-16 ISO 3581-A E 23 12 2 L R 32
Nichroma 0.025 0.8 1.0 20.0 9.5 2.3 - - - - A5.4 E308LMo-16 ISO 3581-A E 20 10 3 R 32
Nichroma 160 0.05 0.7 1.0 23.7 12.8 2.4 - - - - A5.4 E309Mo-26 ISO 3581-A E 23 12 2 LR 53*
Arosta® 329 0.08 0.7 1.2 25.0 4.5 - - - - - ISO 3581-A E 25 4 R 12*
Limarosta® 312 0.11 0.9 1.0 29.0 9.0 - - - - - A5.4 E312-17 ISO 3581-A E 29 9 R 12
Arosta® 307 0.09 5.0 0.6 18.5 8.5 - - - - - A5.4 E307-16* ISO 3581-A E 18 8 Mn R 12
Arosta® 307-160 0.06 6.0 1.0 18.0 8.0 - - - - - A5.4 E307-26* ISO 3581-A E 18 8 Mn R 53
Jungo® 307 0.08 5.5 0.3 19.0 8.5 - - - - - A5.4 E307-15* ISO 3581-A E 18 8 Mn B 22
Arosta® 304H 0.05 0.75 0.85 18.5 9.5 - - - - - A5.4 E308H-16 ISO 3581-A E 19 9 H R 12
Arosta® 309H 0.10 0.8 1.6 22.0 11.0 - - - - - A5.4 E309H-16* ISO 3581-A E 23 12 R 32*
Intherma® 310 0.12 2.5 0.5 26.0 20.5 - - - - - A5.4 E310-16 ISO 3581-A E 25 20 R 12
Intherma® 310B 0.1 3.0 0.3 25.0 21.0 - - - - - A5.4 E310-15* ISO 3581-A E 25 20 B 12
Linox P 308L 0.025 0.8 0.6 19.0 9.5 A5.4 E308L-16 ISO 3581-A E 19 9 L R 32
Linox 308L 0.025 0.8 0.8 19.0 9.5 A5.4 E308L-17 ISO 3581-A E 19 9 L R 32
Linox P 316L 0.025 0.8 0.6 19.0 12.0 2.5 A5.4 E316L-16 ISO 3581-A E 19 12 3 L R 32
Linox 316L 0.025 0.8 0.8 18.0 12.0 2.5 A5.4 E316L-17 ISO 3581-A E 19 12 3 L R 32
Linox P 309L 0.025 0.8 0.6 23.5 13.0 - A5.4 E309L-16 ISO 3581-A EE 23 12 L R 32
Linox 309L 0.025 0.7 0.7 24.0 12.5 - A5.4 E309L-17 ISO 3581-A E 23 12 L R 32
*
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COVERED ELECTRODES FOR NICKEL BASE ALLOYS

Product Chemical composition (typical values) in %


AWS EN/ISO
name
C Mn Si Fe Cr Ni Mo Cu Nb W Ti S

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NiCro 31/27 0.02 0.8 0.9 bal. 27.1 31.0 3.5 0.9 - - - - A5.4 E383-16 ISO 3581-A E 27 31 4 Cu L R 12
NiCro 60/20 0.03 0.5 0.35 0.9 22 62 9 - 3.4 - - - A5.11/A5.11M ENiCrMo-3 ISO 14172 E Ni 6625 (NiCr22Mo9Nb)
NiCro 70/15 0.02 4.4 0.45 6 18 bal. - - 1.9 - - - A5.11/A5.11M ENiCrFe-2* ISO 14172 E Ni 6182* (NiCr15Fe6Mn)*
NiCro 70/15Mn 0.025 5.5 0.4 6.5 16 bal. - - 2.0 - - - A5.11/A5.11M ENiCrFe-3 ISO 14172 E Ni 6182 (NiCr15Fe6Mn)
NiCro 70/19 0.03 4.7 0.6 4.0 bal. bal. 1.5 - 1.9 - - - A5.11/A5.11M ENiCrFe-2* ISO 14172 E Ni 6082 (NiCr20Mn3Nb)
NYLOID 2 0.05 3.0 0.4 6 13 68 6 - 1.5 1.5 - - A5.11/A5.11M ENiCrMo-6 ISO 14172 E Ni 6620 (NiCr14Mo7Fe)

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NYLOID 4 0.05 3.0 0.4 6 13 bal. 6.5 - 1.5 1.5 - - A5.11/A5.11M ENiCrMo-6 ISO 14172 E Ni 6620 (NiCr14Mo7Fe)
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Product Chemical composition (typical values) in %
AWS EN/ISO
name
Mn Si Fe Cu Al Mg Zn Ti Others
AlMn 0.9-1.2 0.3 max. 0.6 max. 0.02 max. Bal. 0.15 max. 0.09 max. - 0.15 max. A5.3 E3003* ISO 18273 Al 3103 (AlMn1)
AlSi5 - 5.0 - - Bal. - - - - A5.3 E4043 ISO 18273 Al 4043A* (AlSi5(A))
AlSi12 - 12.0 - - Bal. - - - - ISO 18273 Al 4047A (AlSi12(A))

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COVERED ELECTRODES FOR REPAIR WELDING
Chemical composition (typical values) in %
Product name AWS DIN EN/ISO
C Mn Si Cr Mo W V Nb B Ti
Wearshield® BU-30 0.2 0.8 1.0 1.5 0.5 - - - - - DIN 8555 E1-UM-350-GP EN 14700 E Fe1
Wearshield® Mangjet (e) 0.7 15 - 3.7 - - - - - - DIN 8555 E7-UM-200-KP EN 14700 E Fe9
Wearshield® 15CrMn 0.35 14.0 0.6 15.0 - - - - - - A5.13 E Fe9 DIN 8555 E7-UM-250-KP EN 14700 E Fe9
Wearshield® MM 40 0.2 0.5 1.3 3.4 0.5 - - - - - DIN 8555 E1-UM-400-G* EN 14700 E Fe1
Wearshield® MM 0.55 0.5 1.5 4.5 0.5 0.5 - - - - DIN 8555 E2-UM-55-G* EN 14700 E Fe2
Wearshield® T&D 0.65 0.4 0.5 4 6.5 2.6 1.1 - - - A5.13 E Fe6* DIN 8555 E4-UM-60-SZ EN 14700 E Fe4
Wearshield® MI (e) 0.5 0.4 1.8 9 - - - - - - A5.13 E Fe6 DIN 8555 E6-UM-60-GPS EN 14700 E Fe6
Wearshield® ABR 2.1 1.1 0.75 6.5 0.40 - - - - - DIN 8555 E10-UM-50-GPZ EN 14700 E Fe6
Wearshield® ME (e) 3 - 1.0 33 - - - - - - DIN 8555 E10-UM-60-GRZ EN 14700 E Fe14
Wearshield® 60 (e) 5 - 4 35 - - - - - - DIN 8555 E10-UM-60-GR EN 14700 E Fe15
Wearshield® 70 4.2 - 2.7 18 8.5 7 - 9 - - DIN 8555 E10-UM-65-GRZ EN 14700 E Fe16
Wearshield® 420 0.5 0.3 0.4 12.4 0.4 - 1.3 - - - DIN 8555 E6-UM-55-RZ EN 14700 E Fe8
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* Nearest classification

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COVERED ELECTRODES FOR REPAIR WELDING
Chemical composition (typical values) in %
Product name AWS EN/ISO
C Mn Si Ni Cr Fe
RepTec Cast 1 0.7 - - 97 - 2.0 A5.15 ENi-CI ISO 1071 E C Ni-CI 1
RepTec Cast 3 0.6 - - balance - 40 A5.15 ENiFe-CI ISO 1071 E C NiFe-CI 1
RepTec Cast 31 0.7 - - balance - 45 A5.15 ENiFe-CI ISO 1071 E C NiFe-CI 1

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MIG WIRES FOR MILD STEEL
Chemical composition (typical values) in %
Product name AWS EN/ISO
C Mn Si
LNM 25 0.08 1.10 0.60 A5.18/A5.18M ER70S-3 EN ISO 14341-A G 42 4 M 2Si

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UltraMag® 0.078 1.40 0.85 A5.18/A5.18M ER70S-6 EN ISO 14341-A G 46 4 M 3Si1 / G 42 3 C 3Si1
UltraMag® SG3 0.08 1.70 0.85 A5.18/A5.18M ER70S-6 EN ISO 14341-A G 46 5 M 4Si1/G 46 3 C 4Si1
SupraMIG® 0.08 1.40 0.85 A5.18/A5.18M ER70S-6 EN ISO 14341-A G 46 4 M 3Si1 / G 42 3 C 3Si1
SupraMIG® CF 0.08 1.40 0.85 A5.18/A5.18M ER70S-6 EN ISO 14341-A G 46 4 M 3Si1 / G 42 3 C 3Si1
SupraMIG® HD 0.08 1.40 0.85 A5.18/A5.18M ER70S-6 EN ISO 14341-A G 46 4 M 3Si1 / G 42 3 C 3Si1
SupraMIG Ultra® 0.08 1.70 0.85 A5.18/A5.18M ER70S-6 EN ISO 14341-A G 50 5 M 4Si1 / G 46 3 C 4Si1

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SupraMIG Ultra® CF 0.08 1.70 0.85 A5.18/A5.18M ER70S-6 EN ISO 14341-A G 50 5 M 4Si1 / G 46 3 C 4Si1
SupraMIG Ultra® HD 0.08 1.70 0.85 A5.18/A5.18M ER70S-6 EN ISO 14341-A G 50 5 M 4Si1 / G 46 3 C 4Si1

MIG WIRES FOR LOW ALLOY STEEL


Chemical composition (typical values) in %
Product name AWS EN/ISO
C Mn Si Ni Cu Cr Mo V Ti N
LNM 28 0.10 1.4 0.75 0.8 0.3 - - - - - A5.28 ER80S-G EN/ISO 16834-A G Z Mn3Ni1Cu*
LNM MoNi 0.10 1.65 0.75 0.55 0.08 0.60 0.30 - - - A5.28 ER100S-G EN/ISO 16834-A G 62 4 M Mn3NiCrMo
LNM MoNiVa 0.08 1.7 0.44 1.35 0.25 0.23 0.3 0.08 - - A5.28 ER110S-G EN/ISO 16834-A G 69 4 M Mn3Ni1CrMo
LNM MoNiCr 0.09 1.8 0.80 2.20 - 0.30 0.55 - - - A5.28 ER120S-G EN/ISO 16834-A G 89 4 M Mn4Ni2CrMo
LNM Ni1 0.09 1.2 0.6 0.9 - - - - - A5.28 ER80S-Ni1 EN/ISO 14341-A G 46 5 M 3Ni1
LNM Ni2.5 0.10 1.1 0.55 2.4 - - - - - - A5.28 ER80S-Ni2 EN ISO 14341-A G 46 6 M 2Ni2
LNM 12 0.10 1.12 0.6 - - - 0.5 - - - A5.28 ER70S-A1 EN ISO 14341-A G 46 3 M 2Mo
LNM 19 0.10 1.0 0.5 - - 1.2 0.5 - - - A5.28 ER80S-B2* ISO 21952-A G CrMo1Si
LNM 20 0.08 0.9 0.6 - - 2.5 1.0 - - - A5.28 ER90S-B3* ISO 21952-A G CrMo2Si
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MIG WIRES FOR STAINLESS STEEL
Chemical composition (typical values) in %
Product name AWS EN/ISO
C Mn Si Cr Ni Mo Nb N Cu P S W
LNM 304LSi 0.020 1.9 0.8 20.0 10.0 0.1 - - - - - - A5.9 ER308LSi ISO 14343-A G 19 9 L Si
LNM 304L 0.010 1.6 0.4 20.0 10.0 0.3 - - - - - - A5.9 ER308L ISO 14343-A G 19 9 L
LNM 347Si 0.05 1.4 0.7 19.2 9.9 0.1 0.6 - - - - - A5.9 ER347Si ISO 14343-A G 19 9 NbSi
LNM 316LSi 0.010 1.8 0.8 18.5 12.2 2.5 - - - - - - A5.9 ER316LSi ISO 14343-A G 19 12 3 L Si
LNM 318Si 0.05 1.4 0.7 18.6 11.7 2.5 0.7 - - - - - A5.9 ER318* ISO 14343-A G 19 12 3 NbSi
LNM 4455 0.015 7.0 0.4 20.0 16.0 3.0 - 0.15 - - - - A5.9 ER316LMn ISO 14343-A G 20 16 3 Mn L
LNM 4500 0.01 1.7 0.3 20.0 25.0 4.4 - - 1.5 - - - A5.9 ER385 ISO 14343-A G 20 25 5 Cu L
LNM 4362 0.01 1.4 0.6 23.0 7.0 0.3 - 0.14 - - - - No EN or AWS standard
LNM 4462 0.01 1.3 0.5 23.0 8.5 3.0 - 0.15 - - - - A5.9 ER2209 ISO 14343-A G 22 9 3 N L
LNM 2507 0.03 2.5 1.0 24.0-27.0 8.0-10.5 2.5-4.5 0.03 0.15 0.05 0.03 0.02 - A5.9 ER2594 ISO 14343-A G 25 9 4 N L
LNM 309LSi 0.02 1.8 0.8 23.3 13.8 0.14 - - - - - - A5.9 ER309LSi ISO 14343-A G 23 12 L Si
LNM 307 0.07 7.1 0.8 18.6 8.0 - - - - - - - A5.9 ER307* ISO 14343-A G 18 8 Mn
LNM 309H 0.08 1.8 0.4 23.6 13.2 0.1 - - - - - - A5.9 ER309
LNM 310 0.1 1.7 0.45 26.0 21.0 0.1 - - - - - - A5.9 ER310 ISO 14343-A G 25 20
LNM 312 0.1 1.8 0.4 30.7 8.9 - - - - - - - A5.9 ER312 ISO 14343-A G 29 9
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MIG WIRES FOR NI-BASE ALLOYS
Chemical composition (typical values) in %
Product name AWS EN/ISO
C Mn Si Ni Cr Mo Cu Nb Fe Al W Ti
LNM NiCro 31/27 0.01 1.6 1.0 31.0 27.0 3.5 1.0 - - - - - A5.9 ER383 ISO 14343-A G 27 31 4 Cu L
LNM NiCro 60/20 0.02 0.06 0.07 64 21.9 9.0 - 3.5 0.4 - - - A5.14/A5.14M ERNiCrMo-3 ISO 18274 S Ni 6625 (NiCr22Mo9Nb)
LNM NiCro 70/19 0.03 3.1 0.08 72.5 20.5 - 0.01 2.6 0.8 - - - A5.14/A5.14M ERNiCr-3 ISO 18274 S Ni 6082 (NiCr20Mn3Nb)
LNM NiTi 0.02 0.4 0.2 bal. - - - - 0.06 - - 3.1 A5.14/A5.14M ERNi1 ISO 18274 S Ni 2061 (NiTi3)
LNM NiFe 0.05 0.83 0.14 55 - - 0.4 - bal. - - - A5.15 ENiFe-CI ISO 1071 S NiFe-CI

MIG WIRES FOR HARDFACING


Chemical composition (typical values) in %
Product name AWS EN/ISO
C Mn Si Cr P S Ni Mo
LNM 420FM 0.5 0.4 0.3 9.0 - - - - EN 14700 S FE8
LNM 4M 0.7 1.9 0.5 1.0 - - - - EN 14700 S FE2
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MIG WIRES FOR CU BASE ALLOYS
Chemical composition (typical values) in %
Product name AWS EN/ISO

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LNM CuAl8 bal. 8 0.3 - - - - - - - A5.7 ERCuAl-A1 EN ISO 24373 S Cu 6100 (CuAl8)
LNM CuAl8Ni6 bal. 9 2.5 5.0 - - 4.0 - - - A5.7 ERCuNiAl EN ISO 24373 S Cu 6328 (CuAl9Ni5)
LNM CuSn bal. - 0.2 0.1 0.3 - - 0.8 - - A5.7 ERCu EN ISO 24373 S Cu 1898 (CuSn1)
LNM CuSi3 bal. - 1.0 - 3.0 - - 0.1 - 0.1 A5.7 ERCuSi-A EN ISO 24373 S Cu 6560 (CuSi3Mn1)

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MIG WIRES FOR ALUMINIUM
Chemical composition (typical values) in %
Product name AWS 5.10 EN 573.3 ISO 18273
Al Mn Si Ti Fe Zn Mg Cr Cu Si+Fe Zr V
SuperGlaze® MIG 1070 min.99.7 max. 0.03 max. 0.2 max. 0.03 max. 0.25 max. 0.04 max. 0.03 - max. 0.04 - - max. 0.05 S AI 1070 (Al99.7)
SuperGlaze® MIG 1100 min.99.0 max. 0.05 - - - max. 0.10 - - 0.05-0.20 max. 0.95 - - ER1100 EN AW-Al99.0Cu S AI 1100 (Al99.0Cu)
SuperGlaze® MIG 2319 bal. 0.2-0.4 max. 0.2 0.1-0.2 max. 0.3 max. 0.1 max. 0.02 5.8-6.8 - - - ER2319 EN AW-AlCu6Mn S Al 2319 (AlCu6MnZrTi)
SuperGlaze® MIG 4043 bal. max. 0.05 4.5-6.0 max. 0.2 max. 0.6 max. 0.1 max. 0.05 - max. 0.3 - - - ER4043 EN AW-Alsi5 S Al 4043 (Alsi5)
SuperGlaze® MIG 4047 bal. max. 0.15 11-13 - max. 0.8 max. 0.2 max. 0.10 - max. 0.3 - - - ER4047 EN AW-Alsi12 S AI 4047 (Alsi12)
SuperGlaze® MIG 5087 bal. 0.7-1.1 max. 0.25 max. 0.15 max. 0.4 max. 0.25 4.5-5.2 0.05-0.25 max. 0.05 - 0.10-0.20 - EN AW-AlMg4,5MnZr S AI 5087 (AlMg4,5MnZr)
SuperGlaze® MIG 5183 bal. 0.5-1.0 max. 0.4 max. 0.15 max. 0.4 max. 0.25 4.3-5.2 0.05-0.25 max. 0.1 - - - ER5183 EN AW-AlMg4.5Mn S AI 5183 (AlMg4.5Mn0.7(A))
SuperGlaze® MIG 5356 bal. 0.05-0.2 max. 0.25 0.06-0.2 max. 0.4 max. 0.1 4.5-5.5 0.05-0.20 max. 0.1 - - - ER5356 EN AW-AlMg5 S AI 5356 (AlMg5Cr(A))
SuperGlaze® MIG 5356 TMTM bal. 0.05-0.2 max. 0.25 0.06-0.2 max. 0.4 max. 0.1 4.5-5.5 0.05-0.20 max. 0.1 - - - ER5356 EN AW-AlMg5 S AI 5356 (AlMg5Cr(A))
SuperGlaze® MIG 5556 bal. 0.5-1.0 max. 0.25 0.05-0.2 max. 0.4 max. 0.25 4.7-5.5 0.05-0.20 max. 0.1 - - - ER5556 S AI 5556 (AlMg5Mn1Ti)

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SuperGlaze® MIG 5556A bal. 0.6-1.0 max. 0.25 0.05-0.2 max. 0.4 max. 0.2 5.0-5.5 0.05-0.20 max. 0.1 - - - EN AW AlMg5Mn S AI 5556A ( AlMg5Mn)
SuperGlaze® MIG 5754 bal. max. 0.5 max. 0.4 max. 0.15 max. 0.4 max. 0.2 2.6-3.6 max. 0.3 max. 0.1 - - - EN AW AlMg3 S AI 5754 (AlMg3)
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Chemical composition (typical values) in %
Product name AWS EN/ISO
C Mn Si
LNT 24 0.05 1.2 0.5 A5.18 ER70S-2
LNT 25 0.08 1.1 0.6 A5.18/A5.18M ER70S-3 EN/ISO 636-A W 42 5 W2Si
LNT 26 0.10 1.5 0.9 A5.18/A5.18M ER70S-6 EN/ISO 636-A W 42 5 W3Si1

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Chemical composition (typical values) in %
Product name AWS EN/ISO
C Mn Si Ni Cu Cr Mo V Nb N
LNT 28 0.10 1.4 0.75 0.8 0.3 - - - - - A5.28 ER80S-G
LNT Ni1 0.10 1.2 0.6 0.9 - - - - - - A5.28 ER80S-Ni1 EN/ISO 636-A W 42 6 W3Ni1
LNT NiMo1 0.08 1.7 0.7 0.4 - - 0.35 - - - A5.28 ER100S-G EN/ISO16834-A W Mn3Ni1Mo
LNT Ni2.5 0.10 1.1 0.55 2.4 - - - - - - A5.28 ER80S-Ni2 EN/ISO 636-A W 2Ni2
LNT 12 0.10 1.2 0.6 - - - 0.5 - - - A5.28 ER70S-A1 ISO 21952-A W MoSi
LNT 19 0.10 1.0 0.6 - - 1.2 0.5 - - - A5.28 ER80S-B2* ISO 21952-A W CrMo1Si
LNT 20 0.08 1.0 0.6 - - 2.5 1.0 - - - A5.28 ER90S-B3* ISO 21952-A W CrMo2Si
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LNT 502 0.09 0.6 0.3 - - 5.7 0.6 - - - A5.28 ER80S-B6 ISO 21952-A W CrMo5Si

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LNT 9Cr(P91) 0.11 0.8 0.25 0.5 0.06 8.9 1.0 0.2 0.06 - A5.28 ER90S-B9 ISO 21952-A W CrMo91

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Chemical composition (typical values) in %
Product name AWS EN/ISO
C Mn Si Cr Ni Mo Nb N Cu P S W
LNT 304LSi 0.02 2.0 0.8 20.0 10.0 0.1 - - - - - - A5.9 ER308LSi ISO 14343-A W 19 9 L Si
LNT 304L 0.01 1.7 0.4 20.0 10.0 0.1 - - - - - - A5.9 ER308L ISO 14343-A W 19 9 L
LNT 347Si 0.05 1.4 0.7 19.5 9.5 0.01 0.6 - - - - - A5.9 ER347Si ISO 14343-A W 19 9 NbSi
LNT 316L 0.01 1.5 0.5 18.5 12 2.7 - - - - - - A5.9 ER316L ISO 14343-A W 19 12 3 L
LNT 316LSi 0.03 1.9 0.8 18.5 12.0 2.7 - - - - - - A5.9 ER316LSi ISO 14343-A W 19 12 3 L Si
LNT 318Si 0.05 1.4 0.7 18.7 11.7 2.5 0.7 - - - - - A5.9 ER318* ISO 14343-A W 19 12 3 NbSi
LNT 4439Mn 0.02 7.0 0.4 18.0 16.0 4.5 - 0.15 - - - - ISO 14343-A W 18 16 5 N L*
LNT 4500 0.01 1.7 0.4 20.0 25.0 4.5 - - 1.5 - - - A5.9 ER385 ISO 14343-A W 20 25 5 Cu L
LNT 4462 0.01 1.6 0.5 22.5 8.5 3.0 - 0.15 - - - - A5.9 ER2209 ISO 14343-A W 22 9 3 N L
LNT Zeron® 100X 0.02 0.6 0.23 25.0 9.3 3.6 - 0.22 0.6 - - 0.6 A5.9 ER2594 ISO 14343-A W 25 9 4 N L
LNT 309LSi 0.02 2.0 0.8 23.5 13.0 0.1 - - - - - - A5.9 ER309LSi ISO 14343-A W 23 12 L Si
LNT 309L 0.01 1.65 0.5 24.0 13.0 0.1 - - - - - - A5.9 ER309L ISO 14343-A W 23 12 L
LNT 309LHF 0.02 2.0 0.35 24 13 0.1 - - - - - - A5.9 ER309L ISO 14343-A W 23 12 L
LNT 307 0.07 7.1 0.8 18.6 8.0 - - - - - - - A5.9 ER307* ISO 14343-A W 18 8 Mn
LNT 304H 0.07 1.9 0.4 20.0 9.2 0.1 - - - - - - A5.9 ER308H ISO 14343-A W 19 9 H
LNT 310 0.1 1.7 0.5 26.0 21 0.1 - - - - - - A5.9 ER310 ISO 14343-A W 25 20

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Chemical composition (typical values) in %
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LNT NiCro 60/20 0.03 0.1 0.1 bal. 22.0 9.0 - 3.5 0.4 - - - A5.14/A5.14M ERNiCrMo-3 ISO 18274 S Ni 6625 (NiCr22Mo9Nb)
LNT NiCro 70/19 0.03 3.0 0.2 bal. 20.0 - 0.1 2.5 1.0 - - - A5.14/A5.14M ERNiCr-3 ISO 18274 S Ni 6082 (NiCr20Mn3Nb)
LNT NiCroMo 59/23 0.015 0.5 0.06 59 23 16 - - 1.5 0.4 - - A5.14/A5.14M ERNiCrMo-13 ISO 18274 S Ni 6059 (NiCr23Mo16)
LNT NiCu 70/30 0.06 3.5 0.5 65 - - 30 - 1.1 - - 2.0 A5.14/A5.14M ERNiCu-7 ISO 18274 S Ni 4060 (NiCu30MnTi)
LNT NiTi 0.03 0.5 0.4 bal. - - - - 0.06 - - 2.8 A5.14/A5.14M ERNi1 ISO 18274 S Ni 2061 (NiTi3)

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Chemical composition (typical values) in %
Product name AWS EN/ISO
C Al Mn Ni Si Ti Fe Sn P Zn
LNT CuNi30 bal. - 0.75 30 0.05 0.35 0.5 - - - A5.7 ERCuNi EN ISO 24373 S Cu 7158 (CuNi30)
LNT CuSn6 bal. - - - - - - 6.0 0.2 - A5.7 ERCuSn-A EN ISO 24373 S Cu 5180 (CuSn6P)
LNT CuSi3 bal. - 1.0 - 3.0 - - 0.1 - 0.1 A5.7 ERCuSi-A EN ISO 24373 S Cu 6560 (CuSi3Mn1)

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TIG RODS FOR ALUMINIUM
Chemical composition (typical values) in %
Product name AWS 5.10 EN 573.3 ISO 18273
Al Mn Si Ti Fe Zn Mg Cr Cu Si+Fe Zr V
SuperGlaze® TIG 1070 min.99.7 max. 0.03 max. 0.2 max. 0.03 max. 0.25 max. 0.04 max. 0.03 - max. 0.04 - - max. 0.05 S AI 1070 (Al99.7)
SuperGlaze® TIG 1100 min.99.0 max. 0.05 - - - max. 0.10 - - 0.05-0.20 max. 0.95 - - R1100 EN AW-Al99.0Cu S AI 1100 (Al99.0Cu)
SuperGlaze® TIG 4043 bal. max. 0.05 4.5-6.0 - max. 0.8 max. 0.1 max. 0.05 - max. 0.3 - - - R4043 EN AW-Alsi5 S Al 4043 (Alsi5)
SuperGlaze® TIG 4047 bal. max. 0.15 11-13 - max. 0.8 max. 0.2 max. 0.10 - max. 0.3 - - - R4047 EN AW-Alsi12 S AI 4047 (Alsi12)
SuperGlaze® TIG 5087 bal. 0.7-1.1 max. 0.25 max. 0.15 max. 0.4 max. 0.25 4.5-5.2 0.05-0.25 max. 0.05 - 0.10-0.20 - S AI 5087 (AlMg4,5MnZr)
SuperGlaze® TIG 5183 bal. 0.5-1.0 max. 0.4 max. 0.15 max. 0.4 max. 0.25 4.3-5.2 0.05-0.25 max. 0.1 - - - R5183 EN AW-AlMg4.5Mn S AI 5183 (AlMg4.5Mn0.7(A))
SuperGlaze® TIG 5356 bal. 0.05-0.2 max. 0.25 0.06-0.2 max. 0.4 max. 0.1 4.5-5.5 0.05-0.20 max. 0.1 - - - R5356 EN AW-AlMg5 S AI 5356 (AlMg5Cr(A))
SuperGlaze® TIG 5556 bal. 0.5-1.0 max. 0.25 0.05-0.2 max. 0.4 max. 0.25 4.7-5.5 0.05-0.20 max. 0.1 - - - R5556 S AI 5556 (AlMg5Mn1Ti)
SuperGlaze® TIG 5554 bal. 0.5-1.0 max. 0.25 max. 0.20 max. 0.4 max. 0.25 4.7-5.5 0.05-0.20 max. 0.1 - - - R5554 S AI 5554
SuperGlaze® TIG 5754 bal. max. 0.5 max. 0.4 max. 0.15 max. 0.4 max. 0.2 2.6-3.6 max. 0.3 max. 0.1 - - - EN AW AlMg3 S AI 5754 (AlMg3)
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AUTOGENOUS WIRES
Chemical composition (typical values) in %
Product name AWS DIN/ISO
C Mn Si Cr P S Ni Mo Cu
LNG I 0.07 0.4 0.07 - 0.01 0.01 - - - A5.2 R45* EN 12536 OI
LNG II 0.1 1.1 0.15 - 0.01 0.01 - - - A5.2 R60* EN 12536 O II
LNG IV 0.09 1.0 0.19 - 0.010 0.010 - 0.5 - A5.2 R65* EN 12536 O IV

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GAS SHIELDED FLUX-CORED WIRES (MILD AND LOW ALLOY STEEL)
Chemical composition (typical values) in %
Product name AWS EN/ISO
Gas C Mn Si P S Ni Cu Mo Cr
Outershield® 70-H C1 0.06 1.30 0.50 0.015 0.010 - - - - A5.20/A5.20M E70T1C-H4 / E70T-1M-H4 EN ISO 17632-A T 46 0 R C 3 H5 / T 46 0 R M 3 H5
A5.20/A5.20M E70T1C-H4 / E70T-1M-H4 EN ISO 17632-A T 46 0 R C 3 H5 / T 46 0 R M 3 H5

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M21 0.06 1.70 0.35 0.015 0.010 - - - -
Outershield® 71E-H M21 0.04 1.4 0.6 0.013 0.010 - - - - A5.20/A5.20M E71T-1C-H4 EN ISO 17632-A T 42 0 P C 1 H5
C1 0.05 1.3 0.6 0.015 0.010
Outershield® 71M-H C1 0.05 1.3 0.4 0.015 0.009 - - - - A5.20/A5.20M E71T-1/9C-H4 / E71T-1/9M-H4 EN ISO 17632-A T 46 3 P C 1 H5 /T 46 2 P M 2 H5
M21 0.05 1.47 0.5 0.015 0.009
Outershield® 71MS-H C1 0.05 1.3 0.4 0.015 0.010 - - - - A5.20/A5.20M E71T-9C-JH4 EN ISO 17632-A T 46 4 P C 2 H5
Outershield® T55-H C1 0.05 1.5 0.55 0.012 0.010 - - - - A5.20/A5.20M E71T-5C-JH4 / E71T-5M-JH4 EN ISO 17632-A T 42 4 B C 2 H5 / T 42 4 B M 2 H5

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Outershield® T55-H M21 0.06 1.5 0.6 0.012 0.010 - - - - A5.20/A5.20M E71T-5C-JH4 / E71T-5M-JH4 EN ISO 17632-A T 42 4 B C 2 H5 / T 42 4 B M 2 H5
Outershield® MC700 M21 0.05 1.35 0.6 0.015 0.023 - - - - A5.18/A5.18M E70C-6M H8 EN ISO 17632-A T 46 2 M M 2 H10
Outershield® MC710-H M21 0.05 1.35 0.6 0.015 0.023 - - - - A5.18/A5.18M E70C-6M H4 EN ISO 17632-A T 46 3 M M 2 H5 1) / T 46 2 M M 2 H5
Outershield® MC710C-H C1 0.05 1.35 0.6 0.015 0.023 - - - - A5.18/A5.18M E70C-6C H4 EN ISO 17632-A T 46 3 M C 2 H5
Outershield® MC710RF-H M21 0.05 1.35 0.6 0.015 0.023 - - - - A5.18/A5.18M E70C-6M H4 EN ISO 17632-A T 46 3 M M 2 H5
Outershield® MC715Ni1-H M21 0.05 1.35 0.45 0.002 0.020 0.95 - - - A5.28 E80C-Ni1M H4 EN ISO 17632-A T 46 5 1Ni M M 2 H5
Outershield® MC715-H M21 0.04 1.5 0.4 0.012 0.02 - - A5.18/A5.18M E70C-6M H4 EN ISO 17632-A T 46 4 M M 2 H5
Outershield® MC420N-H* M21 0.03 0.6 0.45 0.017 0.023 2.9 - - 0.03 A5.28/A5.28M E70C-GM H4 EN ISO 17632-A T 38 Z Z M M 2 H5
Outershield® MC555CT-H M21 0.03 1.3 0.4 0.015 0.020 0.55 0.55 0.55 A5.28/A5.28M E80C-W2-H4 EN ISO 17632-B T554T15-0MA-NCC1-UH5
Outershield® 81Ni1C-H C1 0.05 1.4 0.2 0.013 0.010 0.95 - - - A5.29/A5.29M E81T1-Ni1C-J3) EN ISO 17632-A T 50 4 1Ni P C 2 H54)
Outershield® 81Ni1-H M21 0.05 1.4 0.2 0.013 0.010 0.95 - - - A5.29/A5.29M E81T1-Ni1M-JH4 3) EN ISO 17632-A T 50 5 1Ni P M 2 H54)
Outershield® 81Ni1-HSR M21 0.05 1.4 0.2 0.013 0.010 0.95 - - - A5.29/A5.29M E81T1-Ni1M-J EN ISO 17632-A T 50 5 1Ni P M 2 H5 T
Outershield® 81K2-H M21 0.04 1.4 0.2 0.012 0.010 1.4 - - - A5.29/A5.29M E81T1-K2M-J 3) EN ISO 17632-A T 50 6 1.5Ni P M 2 H54)
Outershield® 81K2-HSR M21 0.06 1.3 0.3 0.012 0.010 1.4 - - - A5.29/A5.29M E81T1-K2M-J EN ISO 17632-A T 50 6 1.5Ni P M 2 H5 T
Outershield® 500CT-H M21 0.04 1.3 0.2 0.014 0.010 0.84 0.39 - - A5.29/A5.29M E81T1-GM EN ISO 17632-A T 50 5 Z P M 2 H5
Outershield® 555CT-H M21 0.03 1.1 0.4 0.015 0.010 0.6 0.55 - 0.55 A5.29/A5.29M E81T1-W2M-J EN ISO 17632-B T555T1-1MA-NCC1-UH5
Outershield® 91Ni1-HSR M21 0.05 1.4 02 0.013 0.010 0.95 - 0.4 - A5.29/A5.29M E91T1-GM ISO 18276-A T 55 4 1NiMo P M 2 H5
Outershield® 91K2-HSR M21 0.05 1.4 0.2 0.013 0.010 1.4 - 0.4 - A5.29/A5.29M E91T1-GM-H4 ISO 18276-A T 55 4 1,5NiMo P M 2 H5
Outershield® 690-H M21 0.06 1.5 0.2 0.015 0.010 2.0 - 0.5 - A5.29/A5.29M E111T1-K3M-JH4 ISO 18276-A T 69 4 Z P M 2 H5
Outershield® 690-HSR M21 0.06 1.5 0.2 0.015 0.010 2.0 - 0.5 - A5.29/A5.29M E111T1-K3M-J ISO 18276-A T 69 4 Z P M 2 H5 T
Outershield® 101Ni1-HSR M21 0.06 2.0 0.3 0.013 0.010 0.95 - 0.4 - A5.29/A5.29M E101T1-G-H4
Outershield® 12-H M21 0.065 0.8 0.2 0.014 0.010 - - 0.46 - A5.29/A5.29M E 81T1-A1M-H4 ISO 17634-A T MoL P M 2 H5

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Outershield® 19-H M21 0.07 0.74 0.24 0.013 0.010 - - 0.52 1.24 A5.29/A5.29M E 81T1-B2M-H4 ISO 17634-A T CrMo1 P M 2 H5
Outershield® 20-H M21 0.07 0.75 0.21 0.013 0.008 - - 1.09 2.23 A5.29/A5.29M E 91T1-B3M-H4 ISO 17634-A T CrMo2 P M 2 H5

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SELF-SHIELDED FLUX-CORED WIRES
Chemical composition (typical values) in %
Product name AWS EN/ISO
C Mn Si P S Ni Cr Al V Mo
Innershield® NR®-152 0.30 0.99 0.24 0.013 0.007 - - 1.63 - - A5.20/A5.20M E71T-14 EN ISO 17632-A T 42 Z Z N 5
Innershield® NR®-203 NiC 0.06 0.83 0.05 0.004 0.003 0.57 0.08 0.73 <0.1 <0.1 A5.29/A5.29M E61T8-K6
Innershield® NR®-203Ni1 0.08 1.1 0.27 0.008 0.003 0.9 - 0.85 - - A5.29/A5.29M E71T8-Ni1 EN ISO 17632-A T 42 4 1Ni Y N 1 H10
Innershield® NR®-211-MP 0.21 0.65 0.25 0.010 0.003 - - 1.30 - - A5.20/A5.20M E71T-11 EN ISO 17632-A T 42 Z Z N 1 H10
Innershield® NR®-232 0.18 0.65 0.27 0.006 0.004 - - 0.55 - - A5.20/A5.20M E71T-8 EN ISO 17632-A T 42 2 Y N 2 H10
Innershield® NR®-233 0.16 0.65 0.21 0.010 0.003 - - 0.60 - - A5.20/A5.20M E71T-8 EN ISO 17632-A T 42 3 Y N 2 H10
Innershield® NR®-207-H 0.07 0.9 0.20 0.005 0.003 0.85 - 1.0 - - A5.29/A5.29M E71T8-K6
Innershield® NR®-208-H 0.05 1.65 0.25 0.007 <0.003 0.8 - 0.85 - - A5.29/A5.29M E91T8-G
Innershield® NR®-305 0.09 0.9 0.20 0.007 0.008 - - 0.80 - - A5.20/A5.20M E70T-6 EN ISO 17632-A T 42 0 W N 3 H15
Innershield® NR®-311 0.27 0.40 0.08 0.007 0.005 - - 1.5 - - A5.20/A5.20M E70T-7
Innershield® NR®-400 0.06 0.74 0.17 0.004 0.002 0.75 0.13 0.74 - - A5.29/A5.29M E71T8-K6 EN ISO 17632-B T 49 6 T8-1 N A-N1-H15
Innershield® NR®-440Ni2 0.01-0.03 0.74-1.12 0.13-0.17 0.007-0.012 0.002-0.004 1.77-2.10 - 0.84-1.07 - - A5.236 E71T8-A4-Ni2-H8
Innershield® NR®-555 0.05 1.84 0.17 0.011 0.001 1.12 - 0.84 - - A5.36 E81T8-A5-K8-H8 EN ISO 17632-A 46 5 ZY N1 H10
Innershield® NS®-3M 0.23 0.45 0.25 0.006 0.006 - - 1.40 - - A5.20/A5.20M E70T-4 EN ISO 17632-A T 38 Z V N 3
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Chemical composition (typical values) in %
Product name AWS EN/ISO
Gas C Mn Si Cr Ni Nb Mo N
Cor-A-Rosta® 304L M21/C1 0.03 1.3 0.7 19.5 10.0 - - - A5.22 E308LT0-1/-4 ISO 17633-A T 19 9 L R C/M 3
Cor-A-Rosta® P304L M21/C1 0.03 1.3 0.7 19.5 10.0 - - - A5.22 E308LT1-1/-4 ISO 17633-A T 19 9 L P C/M 2
Cor-A-Rosta® 347 M21 0.05 1.4 0.6 19.5 10.0 0.5 - - A5.22 E347T1-1/4 ISO 17633-A T 19 9 Nb R M 3
Cor-A-Rosta® 316L M21/C1 0.03 1.3 0.5 19.0 12.0 - 2.7 - A5.22 E316LT0-1/ -4 ISO 17633-A T 19 12 3 L R C/M 3
Cor-A-Rosta® P316L M21/C1 0.03 1.3 0.5 19.0 12.0 - 2.7 - A5.22 E316LT1-1/-4 ISO 17633-A T 19 12 3 L P C/M 2
Cor-A-Rosta® 309L M21/C1 0.03 1.3 0.6 24.0 12.5 - - - A5.22 E309LT0-1/-4 ISO 17633-A T 23 12 L R C/M 3
Cor-A-Rosta® P309L M21/C1 0.04 1.3 0.6 24.0 12.5 - - - A5.22 E309LT1-1/-4 ISO 17633-A T 23 12 L P C/M 2
Cor-A-Rosta® 309MoL M21/C1 0.03 1.3 0.7 23.0 12.8 - 2.3 - A5.22 E309LMoT0-1/-4 ISO 17633-A T 23 12 2 L R C/M 3
Cor-A-Rosta® P309MoL M21/C1 0.03 0.8 0.6 22.7 12.5 - 2.3 - A5.22 E309LMoT1-1/-4 ISO 17633-A T 23 12 2 L P C/M 2
Cor-A-Rosta® 4462 M21 0.03 1.2 0.7 23.0 9.2 - 3.1 0.12 A5.22 E2209T0-4 ISO 17633-A T 22 9 3 N L R M 3
Cor-A-Rosta® P4462 M21 0.03 1.2 0.7 23.0 9.2 - 3.1 0.12 A5.22 E2209T1/-4 ISO 17633-A T 22 9 3 N L P C/M 2

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SELF SHIELDING FLUX CORED WIRES FOR HARDFACING APPLICATIONS
Chemical composition (typical values) in %
Product name EN/ISO
C Mn Si Cr Mo Al W Ni
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Lincore 33 0.15 2.0 0.7 2.0 - 1.6 - - EN 14700 T Fe 1

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Lincore® 40-O 0.2 1.5 0.7 3.5 0.4 1.8 - - EN 14700 T Fe 1
Lincore® 50 2.2 1.2 1.0 11.0 0.5 0.6 - - EN 14700 T Fe 8
Lincore® 55 0.45 1.4 0.55 5.3 0.8 1.4 - -
Lincore® 60-O 4.2 1.6 1.3 25.4 - 0.6 - -
Lincore® T&D 0.65 1.5 0.8 7.0 1.4 1.8 1.6 - EN 14700 T Fe 8
Lincore® 15CrMn 0.4 15.0 0.25 16.0 - - - - EN 14700 T Fe 9
Lincore® 420 ø 1.6 0.5 1.7 1.7 11 - - - -

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ø 2.0 0.5 1.4 0.7 11 - - - -
Lincore® M 0.6 13.0 0.4 4.9 - - - 0.5 EN 14700 T Fe 9

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SAW WIRES FOR MILD STEEL
Chemical composition (typical values) in %
Product name AWS EN/ISO
C Mn Si P S
L-60 0.09 0.5 0.06 - - A5.17 EL12 ISO 14171-A S1
LNS 135 0.1 1.0 0.10 - - A5.17 EM12 ISO 14171-A S2
L-61 0.1 1.0 0.25 - - A5.17 EM12K ISO 14171-A S2Si
L-50M (LNS 133U) 0.1 1.6 0.25 - - A5.17 EH12K ISO 14171-A S3Si

SAW WIRES FOR LOW ALLOY STEEL


Chemical composition (typical values) in %
Product name AWS EN/ISO
C Mn Si P S Cr Ti Ni Mo Cu
L-70 0.10 0.9 0.10 - - - - 0.5 A5.23/A5.23M EA1 ISO 14171-A S2 Mo
LNS 140A 0.10 1.0 0.10 - - - - 0.5 A5.23/A5.23M EA2 ISO 14171-A S2 Mo
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LNS 133TB 0.08 1.55 0.25 0.15 A5.23/A5.23M EG ISO 14171-A SZ


LNS 140TB (LA 81) 0.06 1.1 0.20 - - - 0.13 - 0.5 A5.23/A5.23M EA2TiB ISO 14171-A S2MoTiB

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LNS 150 (LA 92) 0.13 0.8 0.15 <0.010 - 1.2 - 0.5 A5.23/A5.23M EB2R ISO 21952-A S Cr Mo1
LNS 151 (LA 93) 0.10 0.6 0.12 <0.010 - 2.5 - 1.0 A5.23/A5.23M EB3R ISO 21952-A S Cr Mo2
LNS 160 0.10 1.1 0.15 - - - 1.0 - A5.23/A5.23M ENi1 ISO 14171-A S2 Ni1*
LNS 162 0.10 1.1 0.15 - - - 2.2 - A5.23/A5.23M ENi2 ISO 14171-A S2 Ni2*
LNS 163 0.11 1.0 0.25 0.2 0.2 0.2 0.7 - 0.5 A5.23/A5.23M EG ISO 14171-A S2 Ni1Cu
LNS 164 (LA 84) 0.10 1.75 0.10 - - - 0.9 0.5 A5.23/A5.23M EF3 ISO 14171-A S3 Ni1Mo
LNS 165 (LA 85) 0.08 1.4 0.20 - - - 1.0 0.2 A5.23/A5.23M ENi5 ISO 14171-A S3 NiMo 0.2
LNS 168 0.10 1.6 0.15 - - 0.7 2.3 0.6 - ISO 26304-A S3 Ni2.5CrMo
LNS 175 0.08 1.0 0.10 - - - 3.5 - A5.23/A5.23M ENi3 ISO 14171-A S2Ni3
LNS T55 ** 0.06 1.5 0.60 <0.020 <0.010 - - - A5.17/A5.17M EC1 H4 ISO 14171-A TZ
* for deviations consult corresponding data sheet
** flux cored wires

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SAW WIRES FOR STAINLESS STEEL
Chemical composition (typical values) in %
Product name AWS EN/ISO
C Mn Si Cr Ni Mo Nb N Others Mat.Nr.
LNS 304L 0.015 1.8 0.4 20 10 0.1 - - - 1.4316 A5.9/A5.9M ER308L ISO 14343-A S 19 9 L

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LNS 304H 0.05 1.2 0.6 20.1 10.5 - - - - 1.4948 A5.9/A5.9M ER308H ISO 14343-A S 19 9 H
LNS 307 0.07 7.0 0.6 19.0 8.9 - - - - 1.4370 A5.9/A5.9M ER307 ISO 14343-A S 18 8 Mn
LNS 309L 0.01 1.8 0.4 23.4 13.8 0.07 - - - 1.4332 A5.9/A5.9M ER309L ISO 14343-A S 23 12 L
LNS 316L 0.015 1.75 0.4 18.5 12 2.75 - - - 1.4430 A5.9/A5.9M ER316L ISO 14343-A S 19 12 3 L
LNS 318 0.04 1.7 0.4 19.5 11.3 2.6 0.5 - - 1.4576 A5.9/A5.9M ER318 ISO 14343-A S19 12 3 Nb
LNS 347 0.03 1.6 0.4 19.5 9.7 0.1 0.6 - - 1.4451 A5.9/A5.9M ER347 ISO 14343-A S 19 9 Nb

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LNS 4455 0.01 7.0 0.4 20 16 2.7 - 0.16 - 1.4455 - ISO 14343-A S 20 16 3 Mn L
LNS 4462 0.015 1.6 0.5 23 8.6 3.1 - 0.16 - 1.4462 A5.9/A5.9M ER2209 ISO 14343-A S 22 9 3 N L
LNS 4500 0.01 1.8 0.3 20 25.2 4.6 - - Cu=1.5 1.4539 A5.9/A5.9M ER385 ISO 14343-A S 20 25 5 Cu L
LNS Zeron® 100X 0.02 0.7 0.3 25 9.3 3.7 - 0.23 Cu=0.6 1.4410 A5.9/A5.9M ER2594 ISO 14343-A S 25 9 4 N L
W=0.6

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Chemical composition (typical values) in %
Product name AWS EN/ISO
C Mn Si Cr Ni Mo Nb Others W.Nr.
LNS NiCro 60/20 0.05 0.02 0.1 22 65 8.7 3.7 Fe=0.1 2.4831 A5.14/A5.14M ERNiCrMo-3 ISO 18274 S Ni 6625
LNS NiCro 70/19 0.03 3.1 0.08 20.5 72.5 2.6 Fe=0.8 A5.14/A5.14M ERNiCr-3 ISO 18274 S Ni 6082
LNS NiCroMo 60/16 0.006 0.5 0.04 16.0 58 16 W=3.6 2.4886 A5.14/A5.14M ERNiCrMo-4 ISO 18274 S Ni 6276

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PIPELINER RANGE
Chemical composition (typical values) in %
Product name AWS EN/ISO
C Mn Si Ni Mo P S Cr Ti Al
PIPELINER® 6P+ 0.11 0.55 0.18 - - 0.009 0.009 - - - A5.1 E6010 ISO 2560-A E 42 3 C 25
PIPELINER® 7P+ 0.15 0.6 0.1 0.85 0.1 0.015 0.015 - - - A5.1 E7010-P1 ISO 2560-A E 42 3 Z C 25
PIPELINER® 8P+ 0.17 0.7 0.25 0.8 0.2 0.01 0.01 - - - A5.5 E8010-P1 ISO 2560-A E 46 4 1Ni C 25
PIPELINER® 16P 0.06 1.3 0.5 - - 0.013 0.009 - - - A5.1 E7016 H4 ISO 2560-A E 42 3 B 12 H5
PIPELINER® 18P 0.05 1.5 0.5 0.95 - 0.010 0.009 - - - A5.5 E8018-G-H4R ISO 2560-A E 50 6 Mn1Ni B 32 H5
PIPELINER® LH-D80 0.05 1.15 0.45 - - 0.010 0.010 - - - A5.5 E8045-P2 H4R ISO 2560-A E 46 4 Z B 45 H5
PIPELINER® LH-D90 0.05 1.3 0.50 0.925 0.2 0.009 0.009 0.05 - - A5.5 E8010-45-P2 H4R ISO 18275 E 55 4 ZB 45 H5
PIPELINER® LH-D100 0.05 1.55 0.45 0.9 0.45 0.009 0.009 - - - A5.5 E10045-P2 H4R
PIPELINER® 70S-G 0.07 1.25 0.55 - - 0.010 0.020 - - - A5.18 ER70S-G ISO 14341-A G 38 3 M G2Si / G 38 3 C G2Si
PIPELINER® 80S-G 0.09 1.55 0.61 - - 0.012 0.007 - - - A5.28 ER80S-G ISO 14341-A G 50 3 M G4Si1
PIPELINER® 80Ni1 0.07 1.55 0.7 0.9 <0.01 0.11 0.10 0.08 <0.01 A5.28 ER80S-G ISO 14341-A G 3Ni1
PIPELINER® G70M 0.05 1.45 0.40 0.35 0.15 0.013 0.011 - - - A5.20 E71T-1M-JH8 / E71T-9M-JH8 EN ISO 17632-A T 46 4 P M 2 H10
PIPELINER® G70M-H 0.05 1.45 0.20 0.95 0.20 0.013 0.010 - - - A5.20 E71T-1MJ/9MJ EN ISO 17632-A T 46 4 Z P M 2 H5
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PIPELINER® G70M-E 0.06 1.5 0.20 0.95 0.15 0.013 0.010 - - - A5.29 E81T1-GM-H4 EN 758 T 50 5 Z P M 2 H5
PIPELINER® G80M 0.04 1.75 0.40 0.95 0.25 0.015 0.010 0.11 - - A5.29 E101T1-GM-H8 EN 12535 T 62 3 P M 2 H10

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PIPELINER® G80M-H 0.05 1.4 0.25 0.9 0.40 0.013 0.010 - - - A5.29 E91T1-GM-H4 ISO 18276-A T 55 4 1NiMo P M 2 H5
PIPELINER® G80M-E 0.06 1.5 0.30 0.9 0.40 0.013 0.010 - - - A5.29 E91T1-GM-H4 ISO 18276-A T 55 4 Z P M 2 H5
PIPELINER® G90M-E 0.06 1.5 0.20 2.0 0.50 0.015 0.010 - - - A5.29 E1111T1-GM-H4 ISO 18276-A T 69 4 Z P M 2 H5
PIPELINER® NR®-207+ 0.05 1.22 0.25 0.82 - 0.010 0.010 - - 1.1 A5.29 E71T8-K6
PIPELINER® NR®-208XP 0.02 2.15 0.12 0.75 0.02 0.005 0.002 0.04 - 1.0 A5.29 E81T8-G

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Covered Gas shielded Self shielded
TIG rods MIG/MAG wires SAW wires / flux
electrodes flux-cored wires flux-cored wires
1 Fleetweld 5P+ Innershield NR204-H, NR207-H 1
2 Supra Innershield NR204-H, NR207-H 2

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3 Panta 3
4 Pantafix 4
5 Omnia Innershield NR-211-MP 5
6 Omnia 46 Innershield NR-232 6
7 Cumulo L-60, L-61, LNS 135 7
8 Universalis combined with flux 8
9 Ferrod 165A Outershield 70-H Innershield NR-232 761, 780, 781, 782, 960, 980 9

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10 Ferrod 135T Outershield 71E-H Innershield NR-311 10
11 Ferrod 160T Outershield 71M-H Innershield NS-3M 11
12 Gonia 180 LNM 25 Outershield MC700 12
13 Baso 48SP Outershield MC710-H 13
14 Baso 51P LNT 25, LNT 26 SupraMIG Outershield 71C 14
15 Baso 100 SupraMIG Ultra Outershield MC715-H 15
16 Baso 120 Outershield MC460VD-H Innershield NR-203Ni 16
17 Baso G Outershield T55-H Innershield NR-203NiC 17
18 Baso 26V Innershield NR-204-H 18
19 Conarc 48 Innershield NR-207-H 19
20 Conarc 49 Innershield NR-208-H 20
21 Conarc 49C Innershield NR-400 21
22 Conarc 51 22
23 Conarc 52 L-61, L50M (LNS 133U), LNS 140A (L-70), LNS T-55 23
24 Lincoln 7018-1 860, 960, 8500, 888, P223, P230, P240 24
25 Conarc L150 25
26 Conarc V180 26
27 Kardo Innershield NR-203NiC 27

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Covered Gas shielded Self shielded
TIG rods MIG/MAG wires SAW wires / flux
electrodes flux-cored wires flux-cored wires
1 Shield Arc HYP+ LNT 25, LNT 26 LNM 25 Outershield 71E-H Innershield NR208-H 1
LNS 135, LNS 140A (L-70) with flux 780, 860, P230
2 Shield Arc 70+ LNT Ni1 LNM Ni1 Outershield 81Ni1-H/HSR Innershield NR208-H 2
3 Conarc 55CT LNT 28 LNM 28 Outershield 500CT-H LNS 163 with flux 960 3
4 Conarc 60G LNT Ni1 LNM Ni1, LNM 28 Outershield 81K2-H/HSR 4
LNS 164 with flux P240, 8500, 888
5 Conarc 70G LNT Ni2.5 LNM Ni2.5 Outershield 91K2-HSR 5
6 Conarc 74 LNT Ni1 LNM Ni1 Outershield 81Ni1-H/HSR 6
7 Conarc 80 - - 7
Outershield 690-H/HSR LNS 168,LNS T690 with flux P230, P240, 8500, 888
8 Conarc 85 - LNM MoNiVa 8
9 Kryo 1 Innershield NR-203Ni1 9
10 Kryo 1N LNT Ni1 LNM Ni1 Outershield 81Ni1-H/HSR Innershield NR-203Ni-C LNS 160, LNS 165 with flux P230, P240, 8500, 888 10
11 Kryo 1P Innershield NR-400 11
12 Kryo 2 LNT Ni2.5 LNM Ni2.5 Outershield 81K2-H/HSR 12
13 Kryo 3 LNT Ni2.5 LNM Ni2.5 - - LNS 162 with flux P230, P240, 8500, 888 13
14 Kryo 4 - LNS 175 with flux P240, 8500, 888 14
15 SL 12G LNT 12 LNM 12 Outershield 12-H - LNS 140A with flux 860, P230 15

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16 SL 19G LNT 19 LNM 19 Outershield 19-H - LNS 150 with flux P230, P240, 8500, 888 16
17 SL 20G LNT 20 LNM 20 Outershield 20-H - LNS 151 with flux P230, P240, 8500, 888 17
18 SL 22G - - - - - 18
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19 SL 502 LNT 502 - - - LNS 502 with flux P230, P240, 8500 19
20 SL 9Cr(P91) LNT 9Cr(P91) - - - - 20

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Self
Covered Gas shielded shielded
TIG rods MIG/MAG wires SAW wires / flux
electrodes flux-cored wires flux-cored
wires
1 Arosta 304L Cor-A-Rosta (P)304L - 1

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2 Limarosta 304L LNT 304LSi LNM 304LSi Cor-A-Rosta 304L - 2
3 Vertarosta 304L Cor-A-Rosta P304L - LNS 304L with flux P2007 3
4 Jungo 304L LNT 304L LNM 304L Cor-A-Rosta (P)304L - 4
5 Limarosta 304L-130 LNT 304LSi LNM 304LSi Cor-A-Rosta 304L - 5
6 Arosta 347 Cor-A-Rosta 347 - 6
LNT 347 LNM 347 LNS 347 with flux P2007
7 Jungo 347 - - 7
8 Arosta 316L Cor-A-Rosta (P)316L - 8

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9 Limarosta 316L LNT 316LSi LNM 316LSi Cor-A-Rosta 316L - 9
10 Vertarosta 316L Cor-A-Rosta P316L - LNS 316L with flux P2007 10
11 Jungo 316L LNT 316L LNM 316L Cor-A-Rosta (P)316L - 11
12 Limarosta 316L-130 LNT 316LSi LNM 316LSi Cor-A-Rosta 316L - 12
13 Arosta 318 - - 13
LNT 318Si LNM 318Si LNS 318 with flux P2007
14 Jungo 318L - - 14
15 Jungo 4439 - LNM 4439Mn - - LNS 4439Mn with flux P2007 15
16 Jungo 4455 - LNM 4455 - - LNS 4455 with flux P2007 16
17 Jungo 4465 - - - - LNS 4465 with flux P2007 17
18 Jungo 4500 LNT 4500 LNM 4500 - - LNS 4500 with flux P2007 18
19 Arosta 4462 - 19
LNT 4462 LNM 4462 Cor-A-Rosta (P)4462 LNS 4462 with flux P2007, P2000S
20 Jungo 4462 - 20
21 Jungo 309L - 21
22 Arosta 309S LNT 309LSi LNM 309LSi Cor-A-Rosta (P)309L - 22
LNS 309L with flux P2007, P2000S
23 Limarosta 309S Cor-A-Rosta 309L - 23
24 Arosta 309Mo - - - - 24
25 Nichroma Cor-A-Rosta (P)309(Mo)L - 25
LNT 309LSi LNM 309LSi LNS 309L with flux P2007, P2000S
26 Nichroma 160 - 26
27 Limarosta 312 - LNM 12 - - - 27
28 Arosta 307 - - 27
29 Arosta 307-160 - LNM 307 - - LNS 307 with flux P2007, P2000S 29

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30 Jungo 307 - - - 30
31 Arosta 304-H LNT 304-H LNM 304-H - - LNS 304-H with flux P2007 31
32 Arosta 309-H - LNM 309-H - - LNS 309-H with flux P2007 32
33 Intherma 310 / 310B LNT 310 LNM 310 - - LNS NiCro 60/20 with flux P20007, P2000 33
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Gas
Self shielded
Covered shielded
TIG rods MIG/MAG wires flux-cored SAW wires / flux
electrodes flux-cored
wires
wires
Copper & Nickel base alloys
1 Nicro 31/27 - - - - - 1
2 Nicro 60/20 LNT Nicro 60/20 LNM Nicro 60/20 - - LNS NiCro 60/20 with flux P2007 2
3 Nicro 70/15 - - - 3
4 Nicro 70/15Mn LNT Nicro 70/19 LNM Nicro 70/19 - - - 4
5 Nicro 70/19 - - - 5
6 NicroMo 60/16 - - - - LNS NiCroMo 60/16 with flux P2007 6
7 - LNT NiTi LNM NiTi - - - 7
8 Nicu 70/30 LNT NiCu 70/30 - - - - 8
9 Nyloid 2 LNT Nicro 60/20 LNM Nicro 60/20 - - LNS NiCro 60/20 with flux P2007 9
10 Nyloid 4 - - LNS NiCroMo 60/16 with flux P2007 10
11 LNT CuNi 30 LNM CuNi 30 11
12 - LNM CuSn - - - 12
13 - LNT CuSn6 - - - - 13

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14 - LNT CuSi3 LNM CuSi3 - - - 14
15 - - LNM CuAl8 - - - 15
16 - - LNM CuAl8Ni6 - - - 16
Aluminium alloys
1 Al99.8 Superglaze TIG 1070 Superglaze MIG 1070 - - - 1
2 AlMn - - - - - 2
3 - Superglaze TIG 1070 Superglaze MIG 1070 - - - 3
4 - Superglaze TIG 5754 Superglaze MIG 5754 - - - 4
5 - Superglaze TIG 5356 Superglaze MIG 5356 - - - 5
6 - Superglaze TIG 5183 Superglaze MIG 5183 - - - 6
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7 - Superglaze TIG 5087 Superglaze MIG 5087 - - - 7


8 - Superglaze TIG 4043 Superglaze MIG 4043 - - - 8
9 - Superglaze TIG 4047 Superglaze MIG 4047 - - - 9

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Self shielded
Covered electrodes TIG rods MIG/MAG wires flux-cored SAW wires / flux
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wires
Cast iron

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1 Reptec Cast 1 LNT NiTi LNM NiTi - - - 1
2 Reptec Cast 3 - LNM NiFe - - - 2
3 Reptec Cast 31 - LNM NiFe - - - 3
Hardfacing applications
1 Wearshield BU 30 - - - Lincore 33 Lincore 30-S with flux 801 1
2 Wearshield Mangjet (e) - - - - 2

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3 Wearshield 15CrMn - - - Lincore 15CrMn - 3
4 Wearshield MM40 - LNM 4M - Lincore 40-0 - 4
5 Wearshield MM - - - Lincore 55 - 5
6 Wearshield T&D - - - Lincore T&D - 6
7 Wearshield MI(e) - - - 7
Lincore 50, Lincore 55 Lincore 50 with flux 801
8 Wearshield ABR - - - - 8
9 Wearshield 44 - - - - 9
10 Wearshield ME(e) - - - Lincore 60-0 L-60 with flux HS60 10
11 Wearshield 60 (e) - - - - 11
12 Wearshield 50M - - - - - 12
13 Wearshield 70 - - - Lincore 65-0 - 13
14 Wearshield 420 - LNM 420FM - Lincore 420 L-60 with flux 802 14

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ISO 3580-A
Classification of covered electrodes for Manual Metal Arc Welding
of creep resistant steels

E CrMo2 B 3 2 H5 SL 20G 1. All positions


2. All positions except vertical down
H5 = max.5 3. Flat and horizontal-vertical butt / fillet weld
H10 = max.10 4. Flat butt and fillet weld
Welding Positions 5. Vertical down and according to symbol 3
Symbol Recovery Current type
1 AC + DC
≤ 105
2 DC
3 AC + DC
Current type and recovery 4
>105 ≤ 125
DC

A Acid RC Rutilo cellulosic


C Cellulosic RA Rutilo acid
Type of covering R Rutile RB Rutilo basic
RR Rutile thick coated B Basic

Symbol Cr Mo v Others
Mo - 0,40-0,70 - -
MoV 0,30-0,60 0,8-1,20 0,25-0,60 -
CrMo0,5 0,40-0,65 0,40-0,65 - -
CrMo1 0,9-1,40 0,45-0,70 - -
CrMo1L 0,9-1,40 0,45-0,70 - C<0,05
CrMoV1 0,9-1,30 0,90-1,30 0,10-0,35 -
CrMo2 2,0-2,6 0,90-1,30 - -
Chemical Composition CrMo2L 2,0-2,6 0,90-1,30 - C<0,05
CrMo5 4,0-6,0 0,40-0,70 -
CrMo9 8,0-10,0 0,90-1,,20 0,15 Ni ≤1,0
CrMo91 8,0-10,5 0,80-1,20 0,15-0,30 Ni 0,40-1,0
Nb 0,03-0,10
W 0,02-0,07
CrMoWV12 10,0-12,0 0,80-1,20 0,20-0,40 Ni ≤ 0,8
W 0,40-0,60
Covered electrode z other

ISO 3581-A
Classification of covered electrodes for Manual Metal Arc Welding
of stainless and heat-resisting steels

E 19 12 3 L R 1 2 Limarosta 316L
1. All positions
Welding 2. All positions except vertical down
Positions 3. Flat and horizontal-vertical butt / fillet weld
4. Flat butt and fillet weld
5. Vertical down and according to symbol 3
Symbol Recovery Current type
1 AC + DC
≤ 105
Current type and 2 DC
3 AC + DC
recovery >105 ≤ 125
4 DC
5 AC + DC
Chemical >125 ≤ 160
6 DC
Composition
Covered electrode Type of covering R Rutile RB Rutilo basic

C Mn Cr Ni Mo Other C Mn Cr Ni Mo Other
Martensitic/ferritic Fully austenitic, high corrosion resistance (cont.)
13 0.12 1.5 11-14 - - - 20 25 5 CuN L 0,04 1-4 19 - 22 24 - 27 4-7 4)

13 4 0,06 1,5 11 - 14 3-5 0,4 - 1 - 20 16 3 MnN L 0,04 5-8 18 - 21 15 - 18 2-3 0,20N 5)


17 0,12 1,5 16 - 18 - - 25 22 2 N L 0,04 1-5 24 - 27 20 - 23 2-3 0,20N
Austenitic 7 31 4 Cu L 0,04 2-5 26 -29 30 - 33 3-4 5)

Special
19 9 0,08 2,0 18 - 21 9 - 11 - -
19 9 L 0,04 2,0 18 - 21 9 - 11 - - 18 8 Mn 0,20 45 - 75 17 - 20 7 - 10 -
19 9 Nb 0,08 2,0 18 - 21 9 - 11 - Nb 18 9 MnMo 0,04-1,4 3-5 18 - 21 9 - 11 0,5-1 5)

19 12 2 0,08 2,0 17 - 20 10 - 13 2-3 - 20 10 3 0,10 2,5 18 - 21 9 - 12 1-3 5)

19 12 3 L 0,04 2,0 17 - 20 10 - 13 2-3 - 23 12 L 0,04 2,5 22 - 25 11 - 14 - -


19 12 3 Nb 0,08 2,0 17 - 20 10 - 13 2-3 Nb 23 12 Nb 0,10 2,5 22 - 25 11 - 14 - Nb
19 13 4 N L 0,04 1-5 17 - 20 12 - 15 3-4 0,20N 23 12 2 L 0,04 2,5 22 - 25 11 - 14 2-3 -
29 9 0,15 2,5 27 - 31 8 - 12 - -
Austenitic/Ferritic, high corrosion resistance
Heat resisting
22 9 3 N L 0,04 2,5 21 - 24 7 - 10 2-4 1) 5)

25 7 2 N L 0,04 2,0 24 - 28 6-8 1-3 0,20N 16 8 2 0,08 2,5 14 - 16 7-9 1-2 5) 1)


Nb
25 9 3 CuN L 0,04 2,5 24 - 27 7 - 10 2-4 2) 5) 19 9 H 0,04-0,08 2,0 18 - 21 9 - 11 - - 2)
0,10 - 0,25N
25 9 4 N L 0,04 2,5 24 - 27 8 - 10 2-4 3) 5) 25 4 0,15 2,5 24 - 27 4-6 - - 3)
0,10 - 0,20N, 1,5-2,5Cu
22 12 0,06-0,20 1-5 20 - 23 10 - 13 - - 4)
0,20-0,30N, 1,5Cu, 1,0W
Fully austenitic, high corrosion resistance 25 20 0,06-0,20 1-5 23 - 27 18 - 22 - - 5)
1,2Cu
18 15 3 L 0,04 1-4 16 - 19 14 - 17 2-3 5)
25 20 H 0,35-0,45 2,5 23 - 27 18 - 22 - - 6)
0,7-1,5Cu
18 16 5 N L 0,04 1-4 17 - 20 15 - 19 3-5 0,20N 5) 18 36 0,25 2,5 14 - 18 33 - 37 - -

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EN /ISO CLASSIFICATION OF WELDING CONSUMABLES

GENERAL INFORMATION
ISO 2560-A
Classification of covered electrodes for Manual Metal Arc Welding
of non alloyed and fine grain steels
E 50 6 Mn1Ni B 3 2 H5 H DM
(ml/100g) Kryo 1
H5 = max.5 1. All positions
H10 = max.10 2. All positions except vertical down
H15 = max.15 3. Flat and horizontal-vertical butt / fillet weld
no requirem. 4. Flat butt and fillet weld
A = +20°C 5. Vertical down and according to symbol 3
Welding
O = 0° C
2 = -20°C Positions Symbol Recovery Current type
1 AC + DC
3 = -30°C ≤ 105
4 = -40°C Current type and 2 DC
5 = -50°C recovery 3 AC + DC
>105 ≤ 125
6 = -60°C 4 DC
5 AC + DC
> 160
6 DC

Type of covering A Acid RC Rutilo cellulosic


C Cellulosic RA Rutilo acid
R Rutile RB Rutilo basic
RR Rutile thick coated B Basic

Chemical Symbol Mn Ni Mo
Composition - 2,0 - -
Mo 1,4 - 0,3-0,6
Minimum impact of avg. MnMo >1,4-2,0 - 0,3-0,6
47 Joule at Symbol Yield Tensile 1Ni 1,4 0,6-0,12 -
A5
2Ni 1,4 1,8-2,6 -
35 ≥ 355 440-570 ≥ 22% 3Ni 1,4 >2,6-3,8 -
Min. yield strength (N/ 38 ≥ 380 470-600 ≥ 20% Mn1Ni >1,4-2,0 0,6-0,12-
mm2) 42 ≥ 420 500-640 ≥ 20% 1NiMo 1,4 0,6-0,12 0,3-0,6
46 ≥ 460 530-680 ≥ 20% z other

Covered electrode 50 ≥ 500 560-720 ≥ 18%

EN-ISO 18275-A
Classification of covered electrodes for Manual Metal Arc Welding
of high strength steels Conarc 70G
E 55 4 1NiMo B 3 2 H5 T Stress relieved 1h / 560-600°C

HDM(ml/100g) 1. All positions


2. All positions except vertical down
H5 = max.5 3. Flat and horizontal-vertical butt / fillet weld
H10 = max.10 4. Flat butt and fillet weld
5. Vertical down and according to symbol 3
no requirem.
A = +20°C Welding
O = 0° C Positions Symbol Recovery Current type
2 = -20°C 1 AC + DC
≤ 105
3 = -30°C 2 DC
4 = -40°C Current type and 3 AC + DC
5 = -50°C >105 ≤ 125
6 = -60°C
recovery 4 DC
5 AC + DC
7 = -70°C > 160
8 = -80°C 6 DC

A Acid RC Rutilo cellulosic


Type of covering C Cellulosic RA Rutilo acid
R Rutile RB Rutilo basic
RR Rutile thick coated B Basic

Chemical Symbol Mn Ni Cr Mo
Composition MnMo 1,4-2,0 - - 0,3-0,6
Mn1Ni 1,4-2,0 0,6-1,2 - -
1NiMo <1,4 0,6-1,2 - 0,3-0,6
Minimum impact of avg. 1.5NiMo <1,4 1,2-1,8 - 0,3-0,6
47 Joule at Symbol
Yield Tensile A5
2NiMo <1,4 1,8-2,6 - 0,3-0,6
Mn1NiMo 1,4-2,0 0,6-1,2 - 0,3-0,6
55 ≥ 550 610-780 ≥ 18% Mn2NiMo 1,4-2,0 1,8-2,6 - 0,3-0,6
Mn2NiCrMo 1,4-2,0 1,8-2,6 - 0,3-0,6
Min. yield strength (N/ 62 ≥ 620 690-890 ≥ 18% Mn2NiCrMo 1,4-2,0 1,8-2,6 0,3-0,6 0,3-0,6
mm2) 69 ≥ 690 760-960 ≥ 17% Mn2Ni1CrMo 1,4-2,0 1,8-2,6 0,6-1,0 0,3-0,6
79 ≥ 790 880-1080 ≥ 16% Z other

Covered electrode 89 ≥ 890 980-1180 ≥ 15%

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GENERAL INFORMATION

ISO 14341-A
Classification of solid wires and deposits for MIG/MAG Welding
of non alloy and fine grain steels

G 46 3 M G3Si1 LNM 26

Symbol Si Mn Ni Mo
Go
G2Si 0,50-0,80 0,90-1,30 0,15 0,15
G3Si1 0,70-1,00 1,30-1,60 0,15 0,15
Z = no requirem.
A = +20°C G4Si1 0,80-1,20 1,60-1,90 0,15 0,15
O = 0° C G3Si2 1,00-1,30 1,30-1,60 0,15 0,15
Chemical composition Al Ti + Zr
2 = -20°C
3 = -30°C G2Ti 0,40-0,80 0,90-1,40 0,05-0,20 0,05-0,25
4 = -40°C G3Ni1 0,50-0,90 1,00-1,60 0,80-1,50 0,15
5 = -50°C G2Ni2 0,40-0,80 0,80-1,40 2,10-2,70 0,15
6 = -60°C G2Mo 0,30-0,70 0,90-1,30 0,15 0,40-0,60
G4Mo 0,50-0,80 1,70-2,10 0,15 0,40-0,60
Al
G2Al 0,30-0,50 0,90-1,30 0,15 0,35-0,75

Type of shielding gas M = M2 mixed shielding gas (without helium)


C = 100 CO2

Minimum impact of avg. 47 Joule at


Symbol
Yield Tensile A5
35 ≥ 355 440-570 ≥ 22%
Min. yield strength (N/mm2) 38 ≥ 380 470-600 ≥ 20%
42 ≥ 420 500-640 ≥ 20%
46 ≥ 460 530-680 ≥ 20%
Solid wire for GMAW-process 50 ≥ 500 560-720 ≥ 18%

EN/ISO 636-A
Classification of rods, wires and deposits for Tungsten Inert Gas Welding
of non alloy and fine grain steels

W 46 3 W3Si1 LNT 25
Symbol Si Mn Ni Mo
W0
W2Si 0,50-0,80 0,90-1,3
W3Si1 0,70-1,00 1,30-1,60
W4Si1 0,80-1,20 1,60-1,90
Al Ti + Zr
Chemical composition W2Ti 0,40-0,80 0,90-1,40 0,05-0,20 0,05-0,25
W3Ni1 0,50-0,90 1,00-1,60 0,80-1,50
W2Ni2 0,40-0,80 0,80-1,40 2,10-2,70
W2Mo 0,30-0,70 0,90-1,30 0,40-0,60

Z = no requirem.
A = +20°C
O = 0° C
Minimum impact of avg. 47 2 = -20°C
Joule at 3 = -30°C
4 = -40°C
5 = -50°C
6 = -60°C


Symbol Yield Tensile A5

Min. yield strength (N/mm2) 35 ≥ 355 440-570 ≥ 22%
38 ≥ 380 470-600 ≥ 20%
42 ≥ 420 500-640 ≥ 20%
46 ≥ 460 530-680 ≥ 20%
GTAW-process, wire and weld metal 50 ≥ 500 560-720 ≥ 18%

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GENERAL INFORMATION
ISO 14343-A
Classification of wire electrodes, wires and rods for arc welding stainless
and heat-resisting steels

G 19 12 3 L Si LNM 316 LSi


1)
Nb
2)
0,10 - 0,25N
G = GMAW Chemical Classification 3)
0,10 - 0,20N, 1,5-2,5Cu
composition Si = 0,65 - 1,2%
4)
0,20-0,30N, 1,5Cu, 1,0W
W = GTAW 5)
1,2Cu
P = PAW 6)
0,7-1,5Cu
S = SAW
C Mn Cr Ni Mo Other C Mn Cr Ni Mo Other
Martensitic/ferritic Fully austenitic, high corrosion resistance (cont.)
13 0.12 1.5 11-14 - - - 20 25 5 CuN L 0,04 1-4 19 - 22 24 - 27 4-7 4)

13 4 0,06 1,5 11 - 14 3-5 0,4 - 1 - 20 16 3 MnN L 0,04 5-8 18 - 21 15 - 18 2-3 0,20N 5)


17 0,12 1,5 16 - 18 - - 25 22 2 N L 0,04 1-5 24 - 27 20 - 23 2-3 0,20N
Austenitic 7 31 4 Cu L 0,04 2-5 26 -29 30 - 33 3-4 5)

Special
19 9 0,08 2,0 18 - 21 9 - 11 - -
19 9 L 0,04 2,0 18 - 21 9 - 11 - - 18 8 Mn 0,20 45 - 75 17 - 20 7 - 10 -
19 9 Nb 0,08 2,0 18 - 21 9 - 11 - Nb 18 9 MnMo 0,04-1,4 3-5 18 - 21 9 - 11 0,5-1 5)

19 12 2 0,08 2,0 17 - 20 10 - 13 2-3 - 20 10 3 0,10 2,5 18 - 21 9 - 12 1-3 5)

19 12 3 L 0,04 2,0 17 - 20 10 - 13 2-3 - 23 12 L 0,04 2,5 22 - 25 11 - 14 - -


19 12 3 Nb 0,08 2,0 17 - 20 10 - 13 2-3 Nb 23 12 Nb 0,10 2,5 22 - 25 11 - 14 - Nb
19 13 4 N L 0,04 1-5 17 - 20 12 - 15 3-4 0,20N 23 12 2 L 0,04 2,5 22 - 25 11 - 14 2-3 -
29 9 0,15 2,5 27 - 31 8 - 12 - -
Austenitic/Ferritic, high corrosion resistance
Heat resisting
22 9 3 N L 0,04 2,5 21 - 24 7 - 10 2-4 1) 5)

25 7 2 N L 0,04 2,0 24 - 28 6-8 1-3 0,20N 16 8 2 0,08 2,5 14 - 16 7-9 1-2 5)

25 9 3 CuN L 0,04 2,5 24 - 27 7 - 10 2-4 2) 5) 19 9 H 0,04-0,08 2,0 18 - 21 9 - 11 - -


25 9 4 N L 0,04 2,5 24 - 27 8 - 10 2-4 3) 5) 25 4 0,15 2,5 24 - 27 4-6 - -
22 12 0,06-0,20 1-5 20 - 23 10 - 13 - -
Fully austenitic, high corrosion resistance 25 20 0,06-0,20 1-5 23 - 27 18 - 22 - -
18 15 3 L 0,04 1-4 16 - 19 14 - 17 2-3 5)
25 20 H 0,35-0,45 2,5 23 - 27 18 - 22 - -
Solid wire for : 18 16 5 N L 0,04 1-4 17 - 20 15 - 19 3-5 0,20N 5) 18 36 0,25 2,5 14 - 18 33 - 37 - -

EN/ISO 17632-A
Classification of tubular electrodes for metal arc welding with or without
a gas shield of non alloy and fine grain steels

T 50 5 1Ni P M 2 H5 Outershield 81Ni-H


1. All positions
HDM(ml/100g) 2. All positions except vertical down
3. Flat and horizontal-vertical butt / fillet weld
H5 = max.5 4. Flat butt and fillet weld
H10 = max.10 5. Vertical down and according to symbol 3
H15 = max.15
Z = no requirem. M = M2 mixed shielding gas (without helium)
A = +20°C C = 100 CO2
O = 0° C Welding
2 = -20°C positions Symbol Characteristics
3 = -30°C
4 = -40°C With shielding gas (C en M2)
5 = -50°C Type of shielding gas R Rutile, slow freezing slag
6 = -60°C P Rutile, fast freezing slag
B Basic
M Metal powder
Without shielding gas
Type of electrode core V Rutile or basic / fluoride
W Basic/fluoride , slow freezing slag
Y Basic/fluoride, fast freezing slag
S Other types

Chemical Symbol Mn Ni Mo
composition - 2,0 - -
Mo 1,4 - 0,3-0,6
Minimum impact of Symbol
Yield Tensile A5 MnMo >1,4-2,0 - 0,3-0,6
1Ni 1,4 0,6-0,12 -
avg. 47 Joule at 35 ≥ 355 440-570 ≥ 22% 2Ni 1,4 1,8-2,6 -
38 ≥ 380 470-600 ≥ 20% 3Ni 1,4 >2,6-3,8 -
Mn1Ni >1,4-2,0 0,6-0,12 -
Min. yield strength (N/mm2) 42 ≥ 420 500-640 ≥ 20%
1NiMo 1,4 0,6-0,12 0,3-0,6
46 ≥ 460 530-680 ≥ 20% z other
50 ≥ 500 560-720 ≥ 18%
Flux-cored wire

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GENERAL INFORMATION

ISO 14174
Classification of flux for submerged arc welding
H5 = max.5
S A FB 1 54 AC H5 HDM(ml/100g) H10 = max.10
H15 = max.15
AC = AC or DC
8500 Current type DC = DC only

metallurgical behaviour
1 > 0,7

burn-out
2 > 0,5 à 0,7
Metallurgical 3 > 0,3 à 0,5
behaviour 4 > 0,1 à 0,3
Neutral 5 0 à 0,1
6 > 0,1 à 0,3
1. Structural steels, HSLA, etc 7 > 0,3 à 0,5

pick-up
2. Stainless and/or nickel and nickel-based alloys 8 > 0,5 à 0,7
Applications 3. Surfacing wear-resisting weld 9 > 0,7

MnO + SiO2 ≥ 50
MS manganese - silicate
CaO ≤ 15
CaO + MgO + SiO2 ≥ 55
CS calcium - silicate
CaO + MgO ≥ 15
Type of flux ZrO2 + SiO2 + MnO ≥ 45
ZS zirconium - silicate
ZrO2 ≥ 15
TiO2 + SiO2 ≥ 50
RS rutile - silicate
TiO2 ≥ 20
Al2O3 + TiO2 ≥ 40
AR aluminate - rutile
Al2O3 + SiO2 + MgO ≥ 40
Al2O3 ≥ 20
AB aluminate - Basic CaF2 ≥ 22
F = fused
Manufacturing process A = agglomerated
Al2O3 + SiO2 + ZrO2 ≥ 402
CaF2 + MgO ≥ 30
M = mixed AS aluminate - silicate
ZrO2 ≥5
Al2O3 + CaF2 ≥ 70
AF aluminate - fluorure basic
CaO + MgO + CaF2 + MnO ≥ 50
SiO2 ≤ 20
FB fluorure - basic
CaF2 ≥ 15
Submerged arc welding Z any other composition

ISO 14171-A
Classification of wire and wire/flux combinations for submerged arc welding
of non alloy and fine grain steels

S 42 5 AB S3Si LNS133U/P230 Symbol Mn Ni Mo


SZ any other agreed composition
Chemical S1 0,35-0,60 - 0,3-0,6
Composition S2 0,15 0,80-1,30
S3 1,31-1,75
S4 1,76-2,25
Z = no requirem. S1Si 0,15-0,40 0,35-0,60
A = +20°C Symbol Type of flux S2Si 0,15-0,40 0,80-1,30
O = 0° C MS Manganese-silicate S2Si2 0,40-0,60 0,80-1,30
2 = -20°C Type of CS S3Si 0,15-0,40 1,31-1,85
Calcium-silicate S4Si 0,15-0,40 1,86-2,25
3 = -30°C flux ZS
4 = -40°C Zirconium-silicate S1Mo 0,35-0,60 0,45-0,65
5 = -50°C RS Rutile-silicate S2Mo 0,05-0,25 0,80-1,30 0,45-0,65
6 = -60°C AR Aluminate-rutile S3Mo 1,31-1,75 0,45-0,65
AB S4Mo 1,76-2,25 0,45-0,65
Aluminate-Basic S2Ni1 0,80-1,30 0,80-1,20
AS Aluminate-silicate S2Ni1,5 0,80-1,30 1,21-1,80
AF Aluminate-fluorure basic S2Ni2 0,80-1,30 1,81-2,40
FB S2Ni3 0,05-0,25 0,80-1,30 2,81-3,70 0,3-0,6
Fluorure-basic S2Ni1Mo 0,80-1,30 0,80-1,20 0,45-0,65
Z any other type S3Ni1,5 1,31-1,70 1,21-1,80 -
Minimum impact of S3Ni1Mo 1,31-1,80 0,80-1,20 0,45-0,65
avg. 47 Joule at S3Ni1,5Mo 1,20-1,80 1,20-1,80 0,30-0,50

Multi-run

Symbol Yield Tensile A5
Two-run
Min. yield strength (N/mm2) Symbol Re Rm 35 ≥ 355 440-570 ≥ 22%
3T ≥ 355 ≥ 470 38 ≥ 380 470-600 ≥ 20%
42 ≥ 420 500-640 ≥ 20%
4T ≥ 420 ≥ 520 46 ≥ 460 530-680 ≥ 20%
5T ≥ 500 ≥600 50 ≥ 500 560-720 ≥ 18%
Submerged arc welding

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A/F/FM NUMBERS

GENERAL INFORMATION
A-Number according ASME Section IX, QW-442
- Applicable only to ferrous metals
- Identification of weld metal chemical composition designated on PQR and WPS

F-Number according ASME Section IX, QW-432


The F-Number grouping of electrodes and welding rods is based on their usability characteristics, which
fundamentally determines the ability of welders to make satisfactory welds with a given filler metal. This
grouping is made to reduce the number of welding procedure and performance qualifications, where this can
logically be done. The grouping does not imply that base metals or filler metals within a group may be
indiscriminately substituted for a metal that was used in the qulification test without consideration of the
compatibility of the base and filler metals from the standpoint of metallurgical properies, post weld heat
treatment design and service requirements, and mechanical properties.
FM-Filler material groups according EN 9606-1 (previously EN 287-1)
Group Welding consumable for welding of :
FM1 Non-alloy and fine grain steels
FM2 High strength steels
FM3 Creep-resisting steels Cr < 3.75
FM4 Creep-resisting steels 3.75 ≤ Cr ≤ 12%
FM5 Stainless and heat-resisting
FM6 Nickel and nickel alloys

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WELDING POSITIONS ACCORDING ASME & ISO 6947
GENERAL INFORMATION

Qualification test Qualified for fillet welds


Position Plate Pipe
1F 1F 1F
Plate-fillet

2F 1F, 2F 1F, 2F, 2FR


3F 1F, 2F, 3F 1F, 2F, 2FR
4F 1F, 2F, 4F 1F, 2F, 2FR, 4F
3F + 4F All qualifications All qualifications

1F 1F 1F
Plate-fillet

2F 1F, 2F 1F, 2F, 2FR


2FR 1F, 2FR
4F 1F, 2F, 4F 1F, 2F, 2FR, 4F
5F All qualifications All qualifications

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WELDING POSITIONS ACCORDING ASME & ISO 6947

GENERAL INFORMATION
Qualification test Qualified for groove welds Qualified for fillet welds

Qualifications Position
test Plate
Qualifications for groove welds Pipe Plate for fillet welds Pipe
Qualifications
1G 1G 1G 1F 1F
Plate-groove

2G 1G, 2G 1G, 2G 1F, 2F 1F, 2F, 2FR


3G 1G, 3G 1F, 2F, 3F 1F, 2F, 2FR
4G 1G, 4G 1F, 2F, 4F 1F, 2F, 2FR, 4F

1G 1G 1G 1F 1F
Pipe-groove

2G 1G, 2G 1G, 2G 1F, 2F 1F, 2F, 2FR


5G 1G, 2G, 4G 1G, 2G 1F, 2F, 4F All qualifications
6G +6GR All qualifications All qualifications All qualifications All qualifications
2G + 5G All qualifications All qualifications All qualifications All qualifications

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GENERAL INFORMATION

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WELDING CONSUMABLES FOR LOW TEMPERATURE SERVICE
Consumables
Boiling
Point Applicable
Application Type of gas
down to SMAW MIG/MAG TIG FCAW SAW
°C K °C K
CO2 (to 1.5 ato) -28 245
OS MC700 (-20°)
Baso G OS MC710-H L61(LNS 129)/860 (-20°C)
LNM 26 LNT 25
Conarc OS MC715-H LNS 135/860 (-20°C)
Supra MIG LNT 26
49C/51/V180 OS T55-H L50M/LNS 133U/P230
OS 81Ni1-H / HSR
Fine grained steel with
-40 233
increasing strength OS 81K2-H / HSR
Propane -42 231 Conarc LNS 160 / P230/P240/888/8500
OS 91K2-HSR
60G/70G/80/85 OS 91Ni1-HSR
-51 222
Kryo1 LNM Ni1 LNT Ni1 LNS 160 / P230/P240/888/8500
Kryo2 LNS 162 / P230/P240/888/8500
-60 213
Kryo3 LNM Ni2.5 LNT Ni2.5
CO2 (solid) -78 195

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-80 193
12 Ni 14 Acetylene -84 189
SELECTION TABLE (Applications in low temperature steel)

Ethane -88 185 Nyloid 2 LNM NiCro 70/19 LNT NiCro 70/19 LNS 4455 / P 2007
Ethylene -104 169
-105 168

LNM NiCro 70/19 LNT NiCro 70/19 LNS NiCro60/20 / P2007


Krypton -153 120 Nyloid 2
LNM 4455 LNT 4455 LNS 4455 / P2007
X12 Ni 5 Methane -161 112
-165 108
Nyloid 2 LNM NiCro 70/19 LNT NiCro 70/19 LNS NiCro 60/20 / P2007

LNM 4455 LNT 4455 LNS 4455 / P2007


X8 Ni 9 Jungo 304L LNM 304LSi LNT 304L Cor-A-Rosta P304L LNS 304L / P2007
Austenitic
NiCro 70/15 LNM NiCro 70/19 LNT NiCro 70/19
CrNi steel
NiCro 70/19
AISI 304
Oxygen -183 90 NiCro 60/20 LNM NiCro 60/20 LNT NiCro 60/20 LNS NiCro 60/20 / P2007
AISI 316 LN
AISI 317 LN Argon -186 87
Nitrogen -196 77 Arosta 4439 LNM 4439Mn LNT 4439Mn LNM 4439Mn / P2007
-196 77
Hydrogen -253 -20
X2 CrNi 19-11
Helium -269 4 Jungo 4455 LNM 4455 LNT 4455 LNS 4455 / P2007
X2 CrNiMo 17-12-2

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Max. service temp.weld metal (°C)
500 550 550 600 600 600 600 700 700 750 900
EN EN/DIN DIN EN/DIN DIN DIN EN/DIN EN/DIN EN/DIN DIN DIN
P295 GH 13CrMo4-5 14Mo V6-3 10CrMo9-10 12CrMo19-5 X12CrMo9-1 X20CrMoV12-1 X6CrNi18-11 X6CrNiMo17-13 X3CrNiN18-11 X10NiCrAlTi3220 a)
1.0481 1.7335 1.7715 1.7380 1.7362 1.7386 1.4922 1.4948 1.4919 1.4949 1.4876 1)
(Alloy 800H)
P355 GH 16CrMo4-4 17MnMoV6-4 12CrMO9-10 X20CrMoWV12-1 X4CrNi18-10 X3CrNiMoN17-13 NiCr 15 Fe b)
1.0473 1.7337 1.5403 1.7375 1.4935 1.4301 1.4910 2.4816 2)

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(Alloy 600)
16Mo3 22CrMo4-4 10CrSiMoV7 10CrSiMo V7 GX5CrNi19-10 X4CrNiMo17-12-2 NiCr 23 Fe
1.5415 1.7350 1.8075 1.8075 1.4308 1.4401 2.4851 3)
(Alloy 601(H)
17Mo3 GS-22CrMo54 17CrMoV10 X3CrNiN18-11
(1.5415) 1.7354 1.7766 1.4949
14Mo6 25CrMo4

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1.5423 1.7218
P265 GH
1.0425
ASTM ASTM ASTM ASTM ASTM ASTM AISI AISI ASTM
A387Gr 11/12 A405Gr P24 A213GrT22 A182GrF5 A199GrT91 TP304H TP316H B163GrN06 2)

Base materials
A285GrA/B/C A213GrT12/13 A199GrT5 A200GrT91 B163GrN08 1)
A299 A335GrP12/11 A335GrP22 A200GrT5 A213GrT91 TP304 TP316 B167Gr600 2)
A414grB-F A336GrF12/11 A182GrF22 A335GrP91 B407Gr810 1)
A515 A336GrF91
A516 gr. 70 A182GrF11/2/12 A199GrT22 A213GrT5 ASTM
A662 gr. B A200GrT22 A335GrP5 SA182F91 A351GrCF8
A 537 gr. 1 A356Gr6 A336GrF22 A336GrF5 SA213T91 A296GrCF8
A161 gr. T1 A387Gr 22 A357
A182 gr. F1 A519Gr4130 A369GrFP5
A204 gr. A-C A473TP501 SA369FP91
A369 gr. FP1 A473TP502 SA387Gr91
AISI TP501
AISI TP502
SAE51501
SAE51502
NiCro 70/15Mn 2)
SL 19G SL 20G 3)
SMAW SL12G SL 22G SL502 SL9Cr(P91) SL4935 Arosta 304H Arosta 304H NiCro 70/19
SL 19G(STC) SL 20G(STC)
NiCro 60/20 1,2,3)

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LNT NiCro 70/19
TIG LNT 12 LNT 19 LNT 20 LNT 502 LNT9Cr(P91) LNT304H LNT304H
LNT NiCro 60/20
LNM NiCro 70/19
MIG/MAG LNM 12 LNM 19 LNM 20

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LNM NiCro 60/20
FCAW OS12-H OS19-H OS 20-H

LNS 140A LNS 150 LNS 151 LNS 304-H LNS 304-H LNS NiCro 60/20
SAW
P230 P240/888 P 240/888 P2007/P2000 P2007/P2000 P2007
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1),2),3) corresponding base and welding materials a) solution annealed, tempered at max. 600°C b) pressure vessels max. 450°C

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Max. service temp.weld metal (°C)
1000 1050 1100 1100 1100 1100 1200
steel with approximately
22%Cr, 12%Ni 25%Cr, 4%Ni 0.4%C 25%Cr, 20%Ni 36%Ni, 18%Cr 36%Ni, 25%Cr 25%Cr, 20%Ni
EN EN/DIN EN/DIN DIN DIN DIN EN/DIN
NiCr22Mo 9Nb X15 CrNiSi 20-12 X20 CrNiSi 25-4 GX40 CrNiSi 25-20 X12 NiCrSi 36-16 GX40 NiCrSi35-25 X15 CrNiSi25-20
2.4586 1) 1.4828 1) 1.4821 1.4848 1.4864 1.4857 1.4841
(Alloy 625)

X2 NiCrAlTi 32 20 X12 CrNiTi 18-9 GX40 CrNi 24-5 GX40 NiCrSi 25-12 GX40 NiCrSi 36-18 GX40 NiCrSiNb 38-25 X12 CrNi 25-21
1.4845
1.4588 2) 1.4878 1) 1.4822 1.4837 1.4865 1.4852
(Alloy 800L)
GX40 CrNiSi 22-9 GX40 CrNiSi 27-4 GX40 NiCrSiNb 35-25 GX40 NiCrSiNb 38-18 GX15 CrNi 25-20
X10 NiCrAlTi 32 20 1.4826 1) 1.4823 1.4852 1.4849 1.4840
1.4876 2) GX25 CrNiSi 20-14 X10 CrAl 7 X15 NiCrNb 32-21
(Alloy 800H) 1.4832 1) 1.4713 1.4850
GX25 CrNiSi 18-9 X10 CrAl 13
1.4825 1) 1.4724
GX30 CrSi 13 X10 CrAl 18

Base materials
1.4710 2) 1.4742
GX40 CrSi 13 X10 CrAl 24

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1.4729 2) 1.4762
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GX40 CrSi 17
1.4740 2
AISi AISi AISi AISi AISi AISi
309 G 1) TP 327 314 TP 330 310 TP310
TP302 B 1) TP314
TP321 1)

ASTM ASTM ASTM ASTM ASTM


B163GrN08 2) A297GrHK A297GrHU
A297GrHC A351GrCK20
B407Gr810 2) A297GrHH A351GrHT30

NiCro 70/19* NiCro 70/19* NiCro 70/19*


Arosta 309H 1,2)
SMAW NiCro 60/20 1) Arosta 329 Nicro 70/15* Nicro 70/15* Nicro 70/15* Intherma 310
Arosta 329 2)
NiCro 70/15Mn* NiCro 70/15Mn* NiCro 70/15Mn*

TIG LNT NiCro 60/20 LNT NiCro 60/20 LNT310

Products
MIG/
LNM NiCro 60/20 LNM NiCro 60/20 LNM 310
MAG
LNS NiCro 60/20 LNS NiCro 60/20 LNS NiCro 60/20
SAW
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Electrode type Remarks


Material number EN Code
First choice Second choice
Ferritic chromium steel

1.4000 X6Cr13
1.4001 *X7Cr14
1.4002 X6CrAl13
1.4006 X12Cr13 Arosta 329 Arosta 329, when low Ni-content is
1.4008 *GX8CrNi13 Arosta 309S Nichroma required, for heavy material possibly
1.4016 *X6Cr17 Limarosta 309S Arosta 309Mo only the capping layer
1.4021 X20Cr13
1.4024 *X15Cr13
1.4027 *GX20Cr14

Martensitic chromium steel

Arosta 329 Arosta 329, when low Ni-content is


1.4113 X6CrMo17 1 Nichroma
Arosta 309S required, for heavy material possibly
1.4120 *X20CrMo13 Arosta 309Mo
Limarosta 309S only the capping layer

Austenitic chromium-nickel steel

1.4301 X4CrNi18-10
1.4303 X4CrNi18-12
1.4306 X2CrNi19-11
1.4308 GX5CrNi18-10 Arosta 304L
Arosta 347
1.4310 X10CrNi18-8 Vertarosta 304L
1.4311 X2CrNiN18-10
1.4312 *GX10CrNi18-8
1.4318 X2CrNiN18-7

1.4335 X1CrNi25-21 Jungo 4465


1.4347 *GX8CrNi26-7 See Metrode range Jungo 4462
1.4362 X2CrNiN23-4 Arosta 4462 Jungo 4462
* DIN/SEW

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Electrode type
Material number EN Code Remarks
First choice Second choice
Austenitic chromium-nickel steel

1.4401 X4CrNiMo 17-12-2


1.4404 X2CrNiMo 17-12-2
1.4406 X2CrNiMoN 17-11-2
1.4408 GX5CrNiMo 19-11 Arosta 316LLimarosta 316L-130
1.4428 X2CrNiMo 18-12-3 Limarosta 316L
1.4429 X2CrNiMoN 17-13-3 Vertarosta 316L
1.4432 X2CrNiMo 17-12-3
1.4435 X2CrNiMo 18-14-3
1.4436 X4CrNiMo 17-13-3

1.4438 X2CrNiMo 18-15-4


1.4439 X2CrNiMoN 17-13-5
1.4446 GX2CrNiMoN 17-13-4
1.4448 GX6CrNiMo 17-13

1.4462 X2CrNiMoN 22-5-3 Arosta 4462/ Jungo 4462

1.4465 X1CrNiMoN 25-25-2


Jungo 4465
1.4466 X1CrNiMoN 25-22-2

1.4468 *GX3CrNiMoN26-6-3
See Metrode range
1.4469 *GX2CrNiMoN26-7-4

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Electrode type
Material number EN Code Remarks
First choice Second choice
Austenitic chromium-nickel steel
1.4500 GX7NiCrMoCuNb 25-20 Jungo 4500 NiCro 31/27
1.4503 X3NiCrMoTi 27-23 NiCro 31/27 NiCro 60/20

1.4505 X4NiCrMoCuNb 20-18-2


Jungo 4500 NiCro 31/27
1.4506 X5NiCrMoCuTi 20-18

1.4510 X3CrTi17
Jungo 309L Arosta 329 Arosta 329, when low Ni-content is
1.4511 X3CrNb17
Arosta 309S Nichroma required, for heavy material only the
1.4512 X6CrTi12
Limarosta 309S Arosta 309Mo capping layer
1.4513 X6CrMo 17-1

1.4515 *GX3CrNiMoCuN 26-6-3 See Metrode range


1.4517 *GX3CrNiMoCuN 26-6-3-3

1.4529 X1NiCrMoCuN 25-20-7


NiCroMo 59/23
1.4531 GX2NiCrMoCuN 20-18 NiCro 60/20
NiCro 31/27
1.4536 GX2NiCrMoCuN 25-20 Jungo 4500
NiCro 60/20
1.4539 X1NiCrMoCu 25-20-5

Type 304L, TÜV approval for service


1.4541 X6CrNiTi 18-10 Arosta 304L
Arosta 347 temperatures up to 350°C
1.4550 X6CrNiNb 18-10 Limarosta 304L
(intergranular corrosion)

1.4552 GX5CrNiNb 18-9 Vertarosta 304L

1.4558 *X2NiCrAlTi 32-20 repair welding


1.4559 *GX7NiCrMoCuNb 42-2 NiCro 60/20 NiCro 70/19

NiCro 60/20
1.4563 X1NiCrMoCu 31-27-4 NiCro 31/27 Arosta 316L
Limarosta 316L130

1.4571 X6CrNiMoTi 17-12-2 Arosta 318 Limarosta 316L Type 316L, TÜV approval for services
temperatures up to 400°C
1.4573 *X10CrNiMoTi 18-12 Vertarosta 316L
(intergranular corrosion)

1.4577 X3CrNiMoTi 25-25


Jungo 4465
1.4580 X6CrNiMoNb 17-12-2
Arosta 316L
1.4581 *GX5CrNiMoNb 18-10 Arosta 318 Arosta 4439, when weld metal ferrite
Limarosta 316L
1.4583 *X10CrNiMoNb 18-12 Vertarosta 316L should not exceed <0,5%
Vertarosta 316L

1.4585 GX7CrNiMoCuNb18-18
Jungo 4500 NiCro 31/27
1.4586 X5NiCrMoCuNb22-18

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COVERED ELECTRODE SELECTION TABLE FOR STAINLESS STEEL AND NICKEL BASE ALLOYS
Electrode type
Material number EN Code Remarks
First choice Second choice
Heat resistant steels

1.4712 X10CrSi 6
1.4713 X10CrAl 7 Arosta 329, when low Ni-content is
Jungo 309L
1.4724 X10CrAl 13
Arosta 309S Arosta 329 required, for heavy material only the
1.4742 X10CrAl 18
Limarosta 309S capping layer
1.4746 X8CrTi 25
1.4762 X10CrAl 24

1.4821 X20CrNiSi 25-4


Arosta 309S
1.4822 GX40CrNi 24-5 Arosta 329
Limarosta 309S
1.4823 GX40CrNiSi 27-4

1.4825 GX25CrNiSi 18-9


1.4826 GX40CrNiSi 22-9 NiCro 70/15Mn NiCro depends on service
1.4828 X15CrNiSi 20-12 Arosta 309H NiCro 70/15
temperature
1.4832 GX25CrNiSi 20-14 NiCro 70/19
1.4833 X7CrNi 23-14
Arosta 309H depends on service
1.4837 GX40CrNiSi 25-12 NiCro 70/15/ NiCro 70/19 Arosta 309H
temperature
1.4840 GX15CrNi 25-20
1.4841 X15CrNiSi 25-20
Intherma 310
1.4845 X12CrNi 25-21
1.4847 X8CrNiAlTi 20-20

1.4846 X40CrNi 25-21


1.4848 GX40CrNiSi 25-20 NiCro 70/15* NiCro 70/15Mn*
1.4849 GX40NiCrSiNb 38-18

1.4850 X15NiCrNb 32-21 NiCro 70/15

1.4852 GX40NiCrNb 35-25


1.4855 GX30CrNiSiNb 24-24 NiCro 70/15* NiCro 70/15Mn*
1.4857 GX40NiCrSi 35-25

1.4859 GX10NiCrNb 32-20


NiCro 70/15*
1.4861 X10NiCr 32-20

1.4864 X12NiCrSi 36-16 NiCro 70/19


NiCro 70/15
1.4865 GX40NiCrSi 36-18 NiCro 70/15Mn

NiCro 70/15
1.4876 X10NiCrAlTi 32-20 NiCro 60/20
NiCro 70/19
1.4878 X12CrNiTi 18-9 Arosta 309H Arosta 347

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COVERED ELECTRODE SELECTION TABLE FOR NICKEL BASE ALLOYS
Electrode type
Material number EN Code Remarks
First choice Second choice
Creep resistant chromium-nickel steels
1.6901 GX8CrNi 18-10
1.6902 GX6CrNi 18-10
NiCro 70/19 -
1.6905 GX5CrNiNb 18-10
1.6907 X3CrNiN 18-10

Nickel-Copper-Iron-alloys
2.4360 NiCu30Fe
2.4361 LC-NiCu30Fe
NiCu 70/30 -
2.4365 G-NiCu30Nb
2.4375 NiCu30Al
Nickel-Chromium-Molybdenum-Iron-Alloys
NiCroMo 59/23
2.4602 NiCr21Mo14W(alloy C22) -
NiCroMo 60/16

2.4605 NiCr23Mo16Al (alloy C59) NiCroMo 59/23 -

NiCroMo 59/23
2.4610 NiMo16Cr16Ti (alloy C4) -
NiCroMo 60/16
2.4618 NiCr22Mo6Cu
2.4619 NiCr22Mo7Cu NiCro 60/20
2.4641 NiCr21Mo6Cu
2.4816 NiCr15Fe NiCro 70/15
NiCro 60/20
2.4817 LC-NiCr15Fe NiCro 70/15Mn

NiCroMo 59/23
2.4819 NiMo16Cr15W (alloy C276) -
NiCroMo 60/16

2.4851 NiCr23Fe NiCro 70/19 NiCro 60/20

NiCroMo 59/23 only higher


2.4856 NiCr22Mo9Nb NiCro 60/20 NiCroMo 59/23
corrosion resistance
2.4858 NiCr21Mo NiCro 60/20 -
2.4867 NiCr60 15
2.4869 NiCr80 20 NiCro 70/15
-
2.4951 NiCr20Ti NiCro 70/15Mn
2.4952 NiCr20TiAl
2.4975 NiFeCr12Mo
NiCro 60/20 -
2.4976 NiCr20Mo

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C-Mn-steel
NiCrFe High temperature Stainless Stainless Ferritic Creep resistant steels with Mo/Cr Mo/Cr Mo V Yield strength YieldC-steel
strength
alloys CrNi-steel CrNiMo-steel CrNi-steel Cr-steel 360-500 N/ <360 N/mm2
mm2
NiCr15Fe
X15CrNiSi 20 12 X5CrNiMo 17-12-2 X5CrNi 18-10 X12Cr13
(Inconel 600) X20CrMoV 12 l 10CrMo9-10 13CrMo4-5 S235-S355
Type EN code W.nr. X2CrNiMo 18-14-3 X2CrNi 19-11 X6Cr17 16Mo3 S420-500
NiCrAlTi X24CrMoV 12 l 12CrMo19-5 14MoV63 P235-355
X15CrNiSi 25 20 X10CrNiMoNb 18-12 X6CrNiNb 18-10 X10CrAl24
(Incoloy 800)
Nichroma Nichroma Nichroma Conarc 49C
NiCro 70/15 Arosta 309S NiCro 70/15 SL 19G Conarc 49C Conarc 49C Conarc 49C
Un-alloy steel S235-S355 Arosta 309S Arosta 309S Arosta 309Mo SL 12G
NiCro 70/15Mn NiCro 70/15 NiCro 70/15Mn SL 20G Baso 100 SL 12G Baso 100
Re<360N/mm2 P235-P355 Arosta 309Mo Arosta 309Mo Arosta 309S SL 19G
NiCro 70/19 NiCro 60/20 NiCro 60/20 SL502 Baso 120 Conarc 60G Baso 120
NiCro 70/19 Arosta 307 Arosta 307 SL 20G
NiCro 70/15 Nichroma Arosta 309S SL 12G Conarc 49C
Un-alloy Arosta 309S Nichroma NiCro 70/15
NiCro 70/15Mn Arosta 309S Arosta 309Mo SL 19G SL 12G SL 12G SL 12G
fine grained steel S420-S500 NiCro 70/19 Arosta 309S NiCro 70/15Mn
NiCro 70/19 Arosta 309Mo Nichroma SL 20G SL 19G Conarc 60G Conarc 60G
Re<360-500N/mm2 NiCro 60/20 Arosta 309Mo NiCro 60/20
NiCro 60/20 Arosta 307 Arosta 307 SL502 Conarc 70G
NiCro 70/15
Arosta 309S Nichroma Nichroma Nichroma NiCro 70/15
NiCro 70/15Mn SL 12G SL 12G
Mo-alloy steel 16Mo3 1.5415 NiCro 70/19 Arosta 309S Arosta 309S Arosta 309S NiCro 70/15Mn SL 12G
NiCro 70/19 SL 19G SL 502
NiCro 60/20 NiCro 70/15 Arosta 307 Arosta 307 NiCro 60/20
NiCro 60/20
NiCro 70/15 NiCro 70/15 NiCro 70/15 NiCro 70/15 NiCro 70/15 NiCro 70/15
CrMo MoV creep 13CrMo4-5 1.7335 NiCro 70/15Mn NiCro 70/15Mn NiCro 70/15Mn NiCro 70/15Mn NiCro 70/15Mn NiCro 70/15Mn SL 19G SL 19G
resistant steel 14MoV63 (DIN) 1.7715 NiCro 70/19 NiCro 70/19 NiCro 70/19 NiCro 70/19 NiCro 70/19 NiCro 70/19 SL 20G SL 22G
NiCro 60/20 NiCro 60/20 NiCro 60/20 NiCro 60/20 NiCro 60/20 NiCro 60/20
NiCro 70/15 NiCro 70/15 NiCro 70/15 NiCro 70/15 NiCro 70/15 NiCro 70/15
CrMo creep resisting 10CrMo9-10 (DIN) 1.7380 NiCro 70/15Mn NiCro 70/15Mn NiCro 70/15Mn NiCro 70/15Mn NiCro 70/15Mn NiCro 70/15Mn SL 20G
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steel 12CrMo19-5 (DIN) 1.7362 NiCro 70/19 NiCro 70/19 NiCro 70/19 NiCro 70/19 NiCro 70/19 NiCro 70/19 SL502

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NiCro 60/20 NiCro 60/20 NiCro 60/20 NiCro 60/20 NiCro 60/20 NiCro 60/20
NiCro 70/15 NiCro 70/15 NiCro 70/15 NiCro 70/15 NiCro 70/15 NiCro 70/15
Martensitic X20CrMoV12-1 (DIN) 1.4922 NiCro 70/15Mn NiCro 70/15Mn NiCro 70/15Mn NiCro 70/15Mn NiCro 70/15Mn NiCro 70/15Mn
Cr-steel X24CrMoV12-1 (DIN) 1.4936 NiCro 70/19 NiCro 70/19 NiCro 70/19 NiCro 70/19 NiCro 70/19 NiCro 70/19
NiCro 60/20 NiCro 60/20 NiCro 60/20 NiCro 60/20 NiCro 60/20 NiCro 60/20
NiCro 70/15 Arosta 309S
X12Cr13 1.4006 Nichroma Nichroma
Ferritic NiCro 70/15Mn Arosta 309Mo Arosta 329
X6Cr17 1.4016 Arosta 309S Arosta 309S
Cr-steel NiCro 70/19 NiCro 70/15 Arosta 309S
X10CrAl24 (DIN) 1.4762 Arosta 309Mo Arosta 309Mo
NiCro 60/20 NiCro 60/20
NiCro 70/15
X5CrNi18-10 1.4301
Stainless NiCro 70/15Mn Arosta 309S Arosta 304L Arosta 304L
X2CrNi19-11 1.4306
CrNi-steel NiCro 70/19 Nichroma Arosta 316L Arosta 347
X6CrNiNb18-10 1.4550
NiCro 60/20
NiCro 70/15
X5CrNiMo17-12-2 1.4401
Stainless NiCro 70/15Mn Arosta 309S Arosta 316L
X2 CrNiMo18-14-3 1.4435
CrNiMo-steel NiCro 70/19 Arosta 309Mo Arosta 318
X10CrNiMoNb18-12 (DIN) 1.4583
NiCro 60/20
NiCro 70/15
High temperature X15CrNiSi20-12 (DIN) 1.4828 NiCro 70/15Mn Intherma 310
CrNi-steel X15CrNiSi 25-20 (DIN) 1.4841 NiCro 70/19 NiCro 70/19
NiCro 60/20
NiCro 70/15
NiCr15Fe(DIN) (Alloy 600) 2.4816
NiCrFe-alloys NiCro 70/15Mn
NiCrAlTi (DIN) (Alloy 800) 1.4876
NiCro 60/20

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356.0 7005 k 6061
319.0 357.0 511.0 7018 6083 1060
333.0 359.0 512.0 7021 6082 1070
Base material 354.0 413.0 513.0 7029 6070 6101 5456 5454 5154 5083 5052 5005 3004 2219 2014 1100 1080
355.0 444.0 514.0 7039 6201 5254 a 5086 5652 a 5050 2519 2036 3003 1350
380.0 443.0 710.0 6151
711.0 6351
712.0 6951
1060
5356 5356 4043 1100
1070 4145 4043 5356 5356 4043 4043 5356 4043 5356
(c,e,i) (c) (i) (c) 4043 4145 4145 1100 1188
1080 (c,i) (i,f) (c,e,i) (c,e,i) (i) (i) (c) (i) (c)
1350
1100 4145 4043 5356 5356 4043 4043 5356 4043 5356 5356 5356 4043 4043 4043 1100
(e) 4145 4145 (c)
3003 (c,i) (i,f) (c,e,i) (c,e,i) (i) (i) (c) (e,i) (c,e,i) (c) (c) (e, i) (e)
2014 4145 4043 4043 4145 4145
4145 4145 4145
2036 (g) (i) (g) (g)
2219 4145 4145 4043 4043 4043 4043 4043 4043 5654 5356 4043 4043(i) 4043 2319
4043
2519 (g,c,i) (g,c,i) (i) (i) (f,i) (f,i) (i) (cb) (e) (c,f,i)
4043 4043 5654 5356 4043 4043 5356 5654 5654 5356 5356 4043 4043 4043
3004 (e)
(i) (i) (b) (e) (e) (b) (e) (b) (b) (e) (e) (e, i) (e)
5005 4043 4043 5654 5356 4043 4043 5356 5654 5654 5356 5356 4043 4043
5050 (i) (i) (b) (e) (e) (b) (e) (b) (b) (e) (e) (e, i) (e)
5052 4043 4043 5654 5356 5356 5356 5356 5654 5356 5356 5356 5654
5652 (i) (b,i) (b) (e) (b,c) (b,c) (b) (b) (e) (e) (e) (a,b,c)
5356 5356 5183 5356 5356 5183 5356 5356 5356 5183
5083
(c,e,i) (e) (e) (e) (e) (b) (e) (b) (e) (e)
5356 5356 5356 5356 5356 5356 5356 5356 5356 All filler materials are listed in the AWS specification A5.10
5086
(c,e,i) (e) (e) (e) (e) (e) (b) (b) (e) a. Base metal alloys 5652 and 5254 are used for hydrogen
5154 4043 5654 5356 5356 5356 5356 5654 5356 5356 peroxide service, 5654 filler metal is used for welding both
5254 a (b,i) (b) (b) (b,c) (b,c) (b) (a) (b) (e) alloys for low temperature [150°F (65°C)] service.
b. 5183, 5356, 5454, 5754, 5556 and 5654 may be used. In some
4043 4043 5654 5356 5356 5356 5356 5554 5654 cases they provide improved color match after anodizing,
5454
(i) (b,i) (b) (b) (b,c) (b,c) (b) (c,e) (a,b) highest weld ductility and higher weld strength. 5554 is
5456 5356 5356 5556 5356 5356 5356 suitable for elevated temperature service
(c,e,i) (e) (e) (e) (e) (e) c. 4043 may be used for some applications.
6061 d. Filler metal with the same analysis as the base metal is
6063 sometimes used.
6082 e. 5183, 5356 or 5556 may be used.
6101 5356 5356 4043 4043 f. 4145 may be used for some applications.
6201 4145 4043
(c,i) (f,i) (b,c) (b,c,i) (b,i) (b,i) g. 2319 may be used for some applications.
6201 i. 4047 may be used for some applications.
6151
6351 j. 1100 may be used for some applications.
6951 k. This refers to 7005 extrusions only.

4145 4043 5356 5356 4043 Additional Guidelines


6070 (c,i) (f,i) (c,e) (c,e,i) (e,i) 1. Service conditions such as immersion in freshe or salt water, exposure to specific
7005 k chemicals, or exposure to sustained high temperature (65°C) may limit the choice of filler
7018 metals.
7021 Filler alloys 5356, 5183, 5556 and 5654 are not recommended for sustained elevated tempe-
7029 4043 4043 5356 5356
7039 rature service.
(i) (b,i) (b) (i)
710.0 2. Guide lines in this table apply to gas shielded arc welding processes.
711.0 3. Where no filler metal is listed, the base metal combination is not
712.0 recommended for welding
511.0
512.0 4043 5654
513.0 (b,i) (b,d)
514.0
356.0 The serviceability of product or structure
357.0 utilizing this type of information is and must
359.0 4145 4043
413.0 (c,i) be the sole responsibility of builder/user. Many
(d,i)
444.0 variables beyond the control of Indalco Alloys
443.0 affect the results obtained in applying this type
319.0 of information. These variables include, but are
333.0 not limited to, welding procedure, plate chemistry
354.0 4145 and temperature, weldment design, fabrication
(d,c,i)
355.0 methods and service requirements
380.0

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CALCULATION OF COST PRICE FOR WELDING NON and LOW ALLOY STEELS
GENERAL INFORMATION

Deposit in cm3 per electrode


Type Field of application
Ø 3.2 Ø 4.0 Ø 5.0

High recovery electrodes for fillet welds and horizontal V- and X-welds.
Ferrod 135T 7.1 11.6
Smooth weld appearance. High welding speed through high recovery 4.7
Ferrod 160T 8.5 14.2
of 135, 160 %

As Ferrod 160T. Higher welding speed. 160% recovery. Impact proper- 12.7
Ferrod 165A 5.1 8.5
ties at -20°C

Universalis Rutile type, especially for down hand fillet welding and filling in 2.71 3.91
structural steel. Very smooth appearance. 3.52 5.12
All positions fillet welding and filling f.i. for pipe welding (except
Cumulo 2.5 3.5
vertical-down)
Rutile all position electrode for most widely application.
Pantafix 2.4 3.4
General construction, pipe welding, including vertical-down.
General purpose all position electrode. Low open circuit, small
Omnia 2.4/2.4 3.4/3.4
diameters for hobby market.
All position rutile, excellent vertical down properties.
Supra 2.4 3.3 4.9
Shipbuilding repairs.

Kardo Basic electrode, low yield, low tensile, high impact. 3.0 4.4

Baso 48SP Rutile-basic electrode, excellent weldability, start and restart. 3.0 5.3

Baso 100 Basic electrode for welding under difficult conditions 2.51 3.71 8.0

Basic electrode, 120% efficiency, for fast filling in all positions in 2.91 4.01
Baso 120 9.1
difficult construction work 3.92 5.82
3.01 4.51
Baso G Basic DC(arc) electrode, 120% efficiency, for fast filling in all positions. 9.1
3.92 5.82
Basic electrode, 130% efficiency, Very good notch toughness at low 4.9 1
Conarc 48 3.21
temperatures. 6.12
Basic electrode, 115% efficiency. Very good notch toughness at low 4.21
Conarc 49C 2.8 8.5
temperatures. 6.12

Baso 26V Basic electrode for vertical-down welding 2.7 5.3 8.5

Basic electrode. All positions. Very good notch toughness at low tem-
Conarc 51 2.2 3.4 9.8
peratures

Conarc L150 Basic electrode for horizontal fillet welds and filling. 150% efficiency 4.9 7.5 11.6

Basic electrode with approx. 175% efficiency for high deposition rate
Conarc V180 6.1 9.1 12.7
downhand filling.

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CALCULATION OF COST PRICE FOR WELDING NON and LOW ALLOY STEELS
Weld metal volume per meter

GENERAL INFORMATION
Fillet size "a" Theoretical Formula :
Arc time in seconds per electrode in mm content in cm3 (a2 x L) “a” in mm
3 9
Ø 3.2 Ø 4.0 Ø 5.0 3.5 12.3
4 16
4.5 20.3
75 65 68 5 25
5.5 30.3
6 36
92 86 8 64
85
90 78 10 100
571 551 Theoretical content in cm3
692 692 Formula :
Thickness V50° : d (0.466d + v) L
"t" V60° : d (0.577d + v) L
66 62
in mm V50° V60° V70° V70° : d (0.700d + v) L

66 72 6 35 39 43
8 54 61 69
10 77 88 100
59/65 59/72 12 103 119 137
14 133 155 179
16 167 196 227
64 66 77
18 205 241 281
20 246 291 340
84 79
Theoretical content in cm3 Formula :
Thickness X50° : d (0.233d + v) L
75 95 "t" X60° : d (0.228d + v) L
in mm V50° V60° V70° X70° : d (0.350d + v) L

621 641 91 14 88 98 111


16 108 122 138
18 129 147 167
621 631
99 20 153 175 200
742 852
25 220 255 294
30 300 349 405
701 751 35 390 458 534
114
792 962 40 493 581 680

671 831 952 Thickness "t" Theoretical Formula :


in mm content in cm3 ((d-10)2 x 0,27 + 12d - 73)
20 194
751
65 90 25 288
1002
30 395
35 516
51 70 86 40 650
DETERMINATION OF WELDING COSTS
62 71 104
weld content deposit per electrode = number of electrodes

84 80 75 price per electrode x number = costs of electrodes

73 70 75 number of electrodes x arc time = total arc time

70 75
total arc time x100
percentage duty cycle = total work time

total work time x hourly wage = wage costs

costs of electrodes + wage costs = total costs


Note: the percentage of duty cycle depends on
practical conditions, and may vary between 15-45%
1) L = 350mm 2) L = 450mm
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FERRITE IN WELD METAL : SCHAEFFLER DIAGRAM & WRC 1992 CONSTITUTION DIAGRAM
GENERAL INFORMATION

Ferrite Number
To facilitate international communication (specifications, certifications), the internationally accepted term Ferrite Number (FN) has been introduced to
indicate a delta-ferrite content in stainless steel weld metal.

The Ferrite Number is often used as an indicator of resistance to weld metal hot cracking. This aspect and other engineering properties have been
correlated with the FN value of the weld metal. For various service conditions the following typical levels reflect good experiences:

• fully austenitic weld metal:


- high corrosion resistance in severe oxidising and reducing acidic and chloride containing media: FN < 0.5
- fully austenitic CrNiMoN weld metal, non-magnetic: FN < 0.5
- low ferrite CrNiN and CrNiMoN weld metal, cryogenic applications: FN 3-6 or < 0.5
• general purpose stainless steel weld metal with corrosion resistance and high resistance to hot cracking
and microfissures: FN 6-15
• buffer layer of austenitic/ferritic weld deposits for dissimilar joints and buffer layers in clad steel: FN 15-35
• austenitic/ferritic weld metal with high stress and pitting corrosion resistance as well as a balanced structure
for toughness and corrosion: FN 30-70

Control of welding of constructions often requires the determination of the Ferrite Number (FN).

Ferrite Measurement

An internationally accepted standardised method to determine the ferrite content is based upon an arbitrarily defined relationship between a magnetic
force and weld ferrite content. This is necessary because an absolute and correct determination of the ferrite content is not available as a result of inherent
inaccuracy of metallographic examination and the nonexistence of a calibration method for the absolute ferrite content in stainless steel. The attracting
force between a defined permanent magnet and weld metal, containing delta-ferrite is measured by means of a torsion balance. The values are in fact
compared with the values obtained in measurements using the same magnet, attracting a carbon steel base plate with a non magnetic copper coating of a
specified thickness. A calibration method provides the necessary linear relation. The principles are accepted as the international standard ISO 8249 and AWS
A4.2-91. The European Standardization will adopt the ISO standard.
The range in the revised standards has been extended to 100FN (originally 0-28FN).
Coated thickness standards are available from the “U.S. National Institute of Standards and Technology” (NIST). A precision torsion balance or the
commercially available “Magne Gage” (fig.3) are suitable for the determination of the Ferrite Number under laboratory conditions (horizontal position). A
permanent magnet of defined dimensions and magnetic strength, according ISO 8249, shall be used.
Secondary standards for the checking and calibration of field equipment in the range 0-100FN are available from NIST.

Calculation of ferrite content


The ferrite content is estimated on the basis of calculation, using the as deposited weld metal chemical composition. The Cr- and Ni-equivalent is plotted in
diagrams, based on the metallographic studies, such as:
• the Schaeffler Diagram1) , published in 1949, is considered as most suitable for a general picture of weld metal structures for a wide range of compositions,
but not accurate for ferrite containing austenitic weld metals;
• the DeLong Diagram (1973)2), widely used up to 1985, for a limited range of CrNi (Mo, N)-stainless steel weld metal grades;
• the WRC 1992 Constitution Diagram (1992), published by Kotecki and Siewert (1992)3) has been based upon the WRC 1988 Constitution Diagram, earlier
published by Siewert, McCowan and Olson4) as a result of a review and of more than 950 weld metal sample analyses and FN determinations (including
data from Lincoln Electric). For this diagram, a better accuracy has been reported due to the accurate determination of the effect of Mn, Si, C, N and Nb.
• Also reference is made to the ESPY Diagram5) for the calculation of the ferrite content.

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GENERAL INFORMATION
Application of Ferrite Diagrams
The various ferrite diagrams are suitable to estimate the Ferrite Number in weld metal. Ongoing verifications indicate that the new WRC 1992 Constitution
Diagram provides the best estimate. The old Schaeffler diagram still provide useful information in a wide range of weld metal compositions. It provides
guidelines for dissimilar joints and welding clad steel, calculation of composition and position of the diluted weld metal.

The following pages contain a reprint of a combination of the Schaeffler and the WRC 1992 Constitution Diagram (fig. 1) and the standard WRC 1992
Constitution Diagram on full scale (fig. 2). In using these diagrams for the estimation of weld metal structure, one should always take into account the
effects of different welding conditions (temperature/time-cycles, welding parameters, surface effects) which usually influence FN values, compared with
measurements on all weld metal deposit samples.

Fig. 1 Combined Schaeffler / WRC 1992 Constitution Diagram

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GENERAL INFORMATION

Fig. 2 WRC 1992 Constitution Diagram

Position of welding consumables


The position of representative Lincoln Electric Europe welding consumables (table 1) has been marked in the combined Schaeffler-WRC 1992 Diagram (figure 1)
and in the original WRC Diagram.

Table 1 Cr- and Ni-equivalent, calculated according Schaeffler and the WRC'92 Constitution Diagram

WRC'92 Schaeffler WRC'92 Schaeffler


Ident Product ident Product
Cr-eq Ni-eq Cr-eq Ni-eq Cr-eq Ni-eq Cr-eq Ni-eq
A Jungo Zeron® 100X 28.6 15.0 29.1 10.5 I Jungo 4500 25.0 27.3 26.4 26.2
B Jungo 4462 26.0 13.3 26.9 10.9 J Jungo 4465 27.2 25.7 28.1 25.2
C Arosta 304L 19.5 11.9 20.6 11.0 K NiCro 31/27 30.5 33.2 31.7 32.0
D Arosta 347 20.3 12.2 21.4 11.3 L Arosta 309S 23.6 14.2 24.6 13.3
E Arosta 316L 20.8 13.4 22.0 12.5 M Arosta 309Mo 25.4 14.5 26.7 13.5
F Arosta 318 21.5 13.8 22.7 12.8 N Arosta 307 17.8 13.3 18.7 14.2
G Arosta 4439 22.6 21.3 23.8 18.2 O Arosta 329 25.4 8.6 27.2 7.4
H Jungo 4455 23.0 19.9 23.5 20.3 P Limarosta 312 28.8 13.9 30.3 12.7

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FERRITE IN WELD METAL : SCHAEFFLER DIAGRAM & WRC 1992 CONSTITUTION DIAGRAM

GENERAL INFORMATION
Fig. 3 Magne Gage Fig. 4 Iron content versus factor f

Ferrite Number versus Ferrite Content


The Ferrite Number is not equal to the volumetric ferrite content (%). Although an absolute ferrite content can not be measured accurately, a reasonable
estimate of the ferrite content can be made by dividing the Ferrite Number by the factor f (% ferrite = FN / f) which is dependant of the iron content in the weld
metal as shown in figure 4.

Limitations
With the practice of measuring the Ferrite Number or ferrite content, welding conditions deviating from the standardised conditions have always to be taken
into account. Furthermore, comparison tests showed that the accuracy between measurements in various laboratories may show differences up to +/- 10%.

Lincoln Electric laboratories


Since 1966 the Lincoln Electric and Lincoln Smitweld R&D departments have always been involved in the international development of ferrite determinations.
The laboratories are equipped with calibrated Magne Gages and on site measurement equipment. Primary coating thickness standards and secondary standards
are available for contract calibration work.

References
1) Schaeffler A.E., Metal Progress 56 (1949) p680-680s
2) DeLong W.T., Welding Journal 53 (1974) p273s-286s
3) Kotecki D.J., Siewert T.A., Welding Journal (1992) p171s-178s
4) Siewert T.A., McCowan C.N., Olson D.L., Welding Journal (1988) p289s-298s
5) Espy R.H., Welding Journal 61 (1982) p149s-156s

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PACKAGING AND SIZES (Solid wires and flux-cored wires)
GENERAL INFORMATION

Adaptor : 2158341

Adaptor : K299 (axis 25mm)


K1504-1 (axis 50mm)

Adaptor : K10158
K10158-1 (plastic)

Adaptor : K10410

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PACKAGING AND SIZES (Solid wires and flux-cored wires)

GENERAL INFORMATION
AccuTrak® EcoDrum

820 mm
800 mm

520 mm
670 mm
200/250 kg 500 kg
Advantages
- No tangles, tens of thousands of drums made.
- “Integral lifting straps” for crane or fork lift handling.
- No plastic hoods needed eliminating expensive accessories.
- Rigid cardboard construction.
- “Retaining ring” specifically designed for easy pay off.
- Drum is completely recyclable, no metal or plastic parts.

Gem-PakTM
Advantages

- Tangle Free - Prevents tangling and improves feedability


- Easy to Set-up - No external payoff devices required.
- Corrugated Cardboard Pallet - Fork-lift ready mini-pallet comes attached
to the box for maximum portability and is 100% recycable.

Wire Capacity (kg) : 125/136


Wire diameters (mm) : 0.9 - 1.2 - 1.6
Wire grade : 4043 (AlSi5), 5356 (AlMg5), 5356TM (AlMg5Cr),

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PACKAGING AND SIZES (Submerged arc wires)
GENERAL INFORMATION

AccuTrak® drums
600 & 1000 kg capacity

Wire Wire
Dimensions
Product capacity size Wire grade
(HxWxL mm)
(kg) (mm)

ACCUTRAK 1051 x 720 x 720 1.6 to


600
600KG including pallet 2.4 Non & low
alloy
ACCUTRAK 1000 x 1000 x 1000 1.6 to steels
1000
1000KG including pallet 4.0

Speed-Feed drums
350, 400 & 600 kg capacity

Wire
Dimensions Drums/ Wire size
Product capacity Wire grade
(mm) Pallet (mm)
(kg)

Drum (ø x H) : 546x906
350 4
Pallet (H x W x D) : 1140x1140x1070
SPEED
Non & low
FEED Drum (ø x H) : 571x906 1.6 to 4.8
400 2 alloy steels
DRUMS Pallet (H x W x D) :600x1200x1050

600 1051x720x720 including pallet 1

1000 kg coil

Wooden reel

Wire Wire
Dimensions Quantity/
capacity size Wire grade
ø x H (mm) Pallet
(kg) (mm)
Wire capacity Dimensions Quantity/ Wire size
Wire grade
2.0 to Mild,low alloy & (kg) ø x H (mm) Pallet (mm)
300 750 x 290 3
4.8 stainless steels
Mild, low alloy &
1000 900 x 1100 1 2.4 to 4.8
stainless steels

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SAHARA ReadyPack®

GENERAL INFORMATION
Sahara ReadyPack®: Warehouse and quiver in pocket format
Electrodes in Sahara ReadyPack® really save time and money. For these electrodes there is no need to store in a conditioned warehouse
or to use redry ovens and quivers. This innovation on an industrial scale has been a success for many years now. Millions of the well
known Sahara ReadyPack® have been consumed in ship building, chemical industry and in offshore projects.
The moisture resistant vacuum packaging fits well with the advantages of the remarkable EMR-Sahara® concept. EMR-Sahara® covered
electrodes are designed to be low in moisture and show a very low moisture absorption. The internationally (IIW) agreed moisture
resistance test demonstrates that the electrodes remain, after exposure during 24 hours at 27°C and 70% R.H., below a maximum
hydrogen content of 5 ml/100g which is the criterium to call the electrodes MR: moisture resistant. Even more important is the fact that
the electrodes can be consumed from an opened Sahara ReadyPack® within 12 hours, and still prove to produce a weld deposit with a very
low in hydrogen content (HDM < 5 ml/100g). For a number of EMR-Sahara® electrodes the maximum HDM level is even 3 ml/100g.

A Sahara ReadyPack® actually replaces the functions of a conditioned warehouse and a redry oven, all in pocket format. Storage in a
conditioned warehouse is no longer needed; most efficient is a small storage room at the job site. The use of a redry oven is not
recommended. Up to the moment you open the Sahara ReadyPack®, and during the following period of 12 hours, EMR-Sahara® electrodes
keep their initial quality. The convenient packages are easily carried to the welding place. The content of one or two package is usually
good for one working day. A real cost saving is demonstrated in many cases, mainly because maintenance of quivers and quality control
on redrying procedures is no longer needed. Not to mention the loss of unproductive time in transportation from the redry oven to the
job site. The reliable Sahara ReadyPack® has indeed set a trend in the welding industry.

Properties of the Sahara ReadyPack® and its content, the EMR-Sahara® (basic) electrodes in summary:
• Diffusible hydrogen level HDM less than 5 ml/100g; a new generation provides even less than 3 ml/100g
• Low moisture pick-up of the EMR-Sahara electrode coating; 12 hours after opening of the Sahara ReadyPack® still provides electrodes
with a hydrogen content of maximum 5 and 3 ml/100g respectively
• Storage does not need a conditioned warehouse
• Intermediate storage in a dry cabinet or quiver is not needed, even not recommended
• No mix-up of electrodes, as may happen with electrodes outside the packaging for redrying
• A most efficient handling procedure; cost savings can easily be calculated.
The range of electrodes in the Sahara ReadyPack®
Currently the following moisture resistant very low hydrogen electrodes (basic EMR-Sahara® electrodes) can be supplied in Sahara
ReadyPack® :

HDM max. HDM max. HDM max. HDM max.


Type Type
5 ml/100 g 3 ml/100 g 5 ml/100 g 3 ml/100 g
Baso G * Kryo 1 *
Conarc 49C * Kryo 1P *
Conarc 51 * Kryo 1-180 *
Conarc L150 * Kryo 2 *
Conarc V180 * Kryo 3 *
Kardo * Kryo 4 *
Conarc 55CT * Arosta 304L
Conarc 60G * Arosta 316L
Conarc 70G * Arosta 4462
Conarc 80 * Jungo 4462
Conarc 85 * Limarosta 304L
SL12G * Limarosta 309S
SL19G * Limarosta 312
SL20G * Limarosta 316L
SL22G * Limarosta 316L-130
SL502 * Nyloid 2
SL9r(P91) *

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STORAGE AND HANDLING INSTRUCTIONS FOR COVERED ELECTRODES
GENERAL INFORMATION

1. Scope
Covered arc welding electrodes, manufactured by Lincoln Electric Europe, delivered in their original packaging.
The packaging consists of either:
A cardboard boxes in outer carton;
B foil protected cardboard boxes in outer carton;
C plastic (PE) boxes with sealed cap, suitable for reclosing;
D hermetically sealed metal tin (LINC CAN™) in outercarton;
E hermetically vacuum sealed foil packs (MINI-PACK) in outercarton;
F hermetically vacuum sealed foil packs (Sahara ReadyPack®) in outer carton.

Packaging type
Electrode grades A B C D E F
Mild steel X X X X X
Low alloy high strength steel X X X
Low temperature fine grain steel X X X X
Creep resistant steel X X
Stainless steel X X X X X
Duplex and Superduplex stainless steel X X
Nickel base electrodes X X
Hardfacing-; maintenance and repair electrodes X
2. Storage
2a. Storage of electrodes in cardboard boxes requires humidity and temperature controlled storage areas.
General recommended storage conditions include:
- temperature 17-27°C, relative humidity ≤60%
- temperature 27-37°C, relative humidity ≤50%.
- electrode boxes may be stored in layers to a maximum of 7.
2b. Plastic boxes require storage conditions suitable to cardboard boxes
2c. No temperature and humidity requirements are applicable for electrodes in Linc-Can Mini-Pack and Sahara ReadyPacks, providing
that (vacuum) seal is present in undamaged packs.
General recommended storage conditions include:
- Sahara ReadyPacks & Mini-Pack in outer cartons may be stored in layers to a maximum of 7;
- Linc Can in outerboxes may be stored in layers to a maximum of 5;
- Prevent damage and heating above 60°C for Linc-Can and Sahara ReadyPacks;
- Prevent damage and heating above 40°C for Mini-Pack.
3. Handling
3a. Re-drying and subsequential holding, as recommended in table 1, is required for products in the following conditions
- rutile electrodes, being humidified for any reason;
- basic low hydrogen electrodes in cardboard boxes;
- basic low hydrogen electrodes, returned from shop floor or damaged Sahara ReadyPacks, Mini-Pack or Linc Can;
- stainless steel and Ni-base electrodes after long and unknown storage conditions (deviating from recommendations);
- Wearshield electrodes in plastic (PE) boxes, stored for more than 1 year under conditions as described under section 2a. or earlier
when the condition deviates from those recommended.

3b. Electrodes in Sahara ReadyPack and Linc-Can can be used without re-drying, providing that vacuum or seal is present in the
undamaged packaging. The electrodes can be consumed in the as received condition, direct from the packaging within a period of 8
hours after opening under the conditions of ≤35°C and ≤90% RH, with the electrodes remaining in the opened packaging and
protected against excessive conditions as condensation, rain, etc. This time can be extended to 12 hours under the conditions of
≤27°C and ≤70% RH. Once opened Linc-Cans should be closed during welding operations using the plastic lid that is supplied with the
tin. If vacuum or seal is not present, the electrodes shall follow the re-dry and holding procedure as recommended in table 1 for the
EMR-Sahara® Range. Electrodes in Mini-Pack can be used without re-drying, provided that the vacuum is present in the undamaged
packaging. The electrodes can be consumed in the as received condition, direct from the packaging within a period of 4 hours after
opening under the conditions of ≤35°C and ≤90% RH, with the electrodes remaining in the opened packaging and protected against
excessive conditions as condensation, rain, etc

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GENERAL INFORMATION
REDRYING AND HOLDING RECOMMENDATIONS
Covered electrodes that have suffered from serious water and moisture contamination, or have been exposed to the atmosphere over long
periods of time cannot be restored in their original condition and should be discarded.

Re-drying
Electrode product groups Temp (°C) Holding
Time (h)*
Mild steel:
0.5-1h 70-80
- rutile E6013 Cabinet 10-20°C above ambient temperature
1-2h 100-120
- rutile E6012, E7024
- basic low hydrogen (HDM <8 ml/100g) 2-6h 250-375
- basic very low hydrogen* 2-6h 325-375 a. Holding oven max. one year
at 120-180°C
Low alloy: b. Quiver max. 10h at RT-125°C
2-6h 325-375
- basic very low hydrogen** (see illustration fig. 1)
c. Plastic (PE) box max. 2 weeks workshop
Hardfacing-; maintenance & repair conditions
electrodes
Stainless steel:
1-6h 200-300
- non EMR-SAHARA electrodes Holding oven unlimited time at 75-125°C quiver max. 10h
1-6h 125-300
- EMR-SAHARA range at RT-125°C
Ni-base 1-6h 200-300

* Re-drying can be repeated twice within the indicated max. time of 6h. Re-drying of electrodes should be carried out by taking them out
of the packaging and place the electrodes in approx. 3 cm thick layers in a temperature controlled air-circulation oven.
** If these EMR-SAHARA electrodes are redried a maximum content HDM of ≤5ml/100g is valid.

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GENERAL INFORMATION

Figure 1:
Recommended handling procedure of EMR-SAHARA® electrodes after removal either from a regular cardboard box or vacuum sealed Sahara
ReadyPack®

Electrodes in cardboard boxes Electrodes in vacuum sealed


Sahara Ready Pack

Redry oven
2h/325-375°C

Cooling cabinet Holding oven


120-180°C

Open ready pack Shop floor


Consuming electrodes
from open Sahara Ready
Packwithin 8h after
opening
Quiver
RT-125°C

welding activity

Left-over
electrodes

Return for redrying

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STORAGE AND HANDLING INSTRUCTIONS FOR FLUX-CORED WIRES / SOLID WIRES & RODS

GENERAL INFORMATION
FLUX-CORED WIRES
1. Scope
Tubular cored wires with the following trade names are supplied in various spooling and packaging:

Product family Packaging


- spool in plastic bag in cardboard box
- spool in Al/PE vacuum packaging in cardboard outerbox or
OUTERSHIELD®
- spool in plastic protection on pallet
- Accutrack® drums
INNERSHIELD® /LINCORE® spool in cardboard box or plastic bucket or hermetically sealed cans
COR-A-ROSTA® spool in Al/PE vacuum bag in cardboard box

2. Storage
Exposure to a humid environment with only a relative thin plastic foil shall be prevented.
Tubular wire, packed in the original foil and cardboard box or drum require controlled warehouse conditions such as:
- temperature 17-27°C, relative humidity: ≤60%;
- temperature 27-37°C, relative humidity: ≤50%.
INNERSHIELD wires in plastic buckets or in hermetically sealed cans and OUTERSHIELD as well as COR-A-ROSTA in Al/PE bags
under vacuum, if applicable, do not require measures against moisture pick-up. Damage of the packaging shall be prevented..
3. Handling
3a. Outershield, Innershield xxx-H types and Cor-A-Rosta
Spools outside the protective packaging allow exposure to normal workshop conditions during ≤72 hours.
Drums fitted with the original lid or recommended drum hood allow exposure to normal workshop conditions during 2 weeks

3b. Innershield, non xxx-H types:


Spools outside the protective packaging allow 2 weeks exposure to normal workshop conditions

In all cases the products require protection against contamination with moisture, dirt and oil products. During interruption of the
production process for more than 8 hours, wire spools shall be stored in their plastic bag in the above-mentioned storage
conditions
4. Deteriorated product
Cored electrode products that are rusty, have suffered from serious water and moisture contamination, or have been exposed to the atmosphere
over long periods of time cannot be restored in their original condition and should be discarded.

MIG WIRES & TIG RODS


1. Scope

Solid wires and rods can be supplied in various packaging units in tubes, spools and drums
2. Storage
Exposure to a humid environment shall be prevented.
The following storage conditions are recommended.
Solid wire in the original packaging require controlled warehouse conditions such as:
- temperature 17-27°C, relative humidity ≤60%
- temperature 27-37°C, relative humidity ≤50%
3. Handling
Rods and spools outside the protective packaging allow 2 weeks of exposure to normal workshop
conditions.
In all cases, the products require protection against contamination with moisture, dirt and oil products.
During interruption of the production process for more than 8 hours, wire spools shall be stored in their plastic bag in the above
mentioned storage conditions.
Damage of packaging should be avoided

4. Deteriorated product
Products that are oxidized, have suffered from serious water and moisture contamination, or have been exposed to the atmosphere over long
periods, cannot be restored in their original condition and should be discarded.
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STORAGE AND HANDLING INSTRUCTIONS FOR SUBMERGED ARC FLUX
GENERAL INFORMATION

1. Scope
Trade name: 761, 780, 781, 782, 802, 839, 842-H, 860, 880, 882, 888, 960, 980, 995N, 998N, 8500, P223, P230, P240, P2000,
P2007, P2000S, SPX-80X, WTX, 708GB.

Packaging: plastic bags, bulk bag, sealed metal drums and Sahara ReadyBagTM

2. Storage
The following storage conditions are recommended:
Welding fluxes, packed in plastic bags, require controlled warehouse conditions such as:
- temperature 17-27°C, relative humidity: ≤60%
- temperature 27-37°C, relative humidity: ≤50%
Product in metal drums does not require special storage conditions but rust and damage of the packaging shall be prevented.

3. Handling
Product characteristics as specified for the original condition, are retained if the product is treated in accordance with the following
recommendations:

Storage conditions
0-6 months, temperature >6 months or temperature >37°C or
Packaging
≤37°C or rel. humidity <50% relative humidity 50-90%*
Plastic bags use as is** redry 1-2h / 300-375°C
Sahara Ready Bag use as is use as is
Metal drums use as is use as is

* if storage conditions include a relative humidity over 90% the flux may have been deteriorated so that re-drying becomes ineffective.
** if a severe application is considered (HAZ or weld metal hardness HV10 >350, heavy restraint, etc.) re-drying 1-2h / 300-375°C is
recommended.
Re-drying is carried out with the product removed from the original packaging and treated in an oven with an even temperature. It is
recommended to have either an oven atmosphere circulation over a maximum flux height of 3 cm or to have the flux moving.
The re-drying operation can be repeated to a maximum of 4 times.
Redried flux and flux handled in the welding operation, shall be kept dry, preferably at a temperature of 50-120°C above ambient
temperature, time unlimited.

4. Deteriorated product
Welding fluxes that have suffered from serious water and moisture contamination, or have been exposed to the atmosphere over long periods of
time cannot be restored in their original condition and should be discarded

5. Recycling
Non consumed flux collected from the weld shall be cleaned from slag, metal and/or other contamination. Damage of the flux by heavy
impingement in the transport system shall be prevented. Prevent separation of the different grain fraction in cyclones or in "dead" corners. Add
new flux in the hopper in a circulation system before a level of 25% of the full hopper is reached.

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SMAW PROCESS

STICK ELECTRODES
Mild and Fine Grained Steel.............. Kryo® 1-180.......................................158 Nickel alloys
Fleetweld® 5P+.................................64 Kryo® 2..............................................160 NiCro 31/27.........................................250
Supra®...............................................66 Kryo® 3..............................................162 NiCro 60/20........................................252
Omnia®..............................................68 Kryo® 4..............................................164 NiCro 70/15.........................................254
Pantafix®...........................................70 SL®12G...............................................166 NiCro 70/15Mn...................................256
Omnia® 46.........................................72 SL®19G...............................................168 NiCro 70/19.........................................258
Numal................................................74 SL®20G..............................................170 NYLOID 2............................................260
Cumulo®............................................76 SL®22G...............................................172 NYLOID 4............................................262
Universalis®......................................78 SL®502...............................................174
Rental................................................80 SL®9Cr(P91).......................................176 Aluminium
Ferrod® 165A.....................................82 AlMn..................................................264
Ferrod® 135T......................................84 Stainless and Heat Resistant Steel AlSi5...................................................266

SMAW
Ferrod® 160T.....................................86 Arosta® 304L.....................................178 AlSi12.................................................268
Gonia 180...........................................88 Limarosta® 304L...............................180
Baso® 48SP.......................................90 Vertarosta® 304L..............................182 Hardfacing Applications
Basic 7018..........................................92 Jungo® 304L......................................184 Wearshield® BU-30...........................270
Basic 7018P........................................94 Arosta® 347.......................................186 Wearshield® Mangjet ( e).................272
Baso® 51P..........................................96 Jungo® 347.........................................188 Wearshield® 15CrMn.........................274
Lincoln 7016 DR.................................98 Arosta® 316L......................................190 Wearshield® MM 40..........................276
Baso® 100..........................................100 Limarosta® 316L................................192 Wearshield® MM...............................278
Baso® 120..........................................102 Vertarosta® 316L...............................194 Wearshield® T&D..............................280
Baso® G.............................................104 Jungo® 316L.......................................196 Wearshield® MI ( e)...........................282
Baso® 26V..........................................106 Limarosta® 316L-130 ........................198 Wearshield® ABR..............................284
Vandal................................................108 Arosta® 318........................................200 Wearshield® ME (e) ..........................286
Conarc® 48........................................110 Jungo® 4465......................................202 Wearshield® 60 (e) ...........................288
Conarc® 49........................................112 Jungo® 4500......................................204 Wearshield® 70 ................................290
Conarc® 49C......................................114 Arosta® 4462.....................................206 Wearshield® 420 ..............................292
Conarc® One......................................116 Jungo® 4462......................................208
Conarc® 50........................................118 Jungo® 309L......................................210 Cast Iron
Conarc® 51.........................................120 Arosta® 309S.....................................212 RepTec Cast 1.....................................294
Conarc® 52.........................................122 Limarosta® 309S...............................214 RepTec Cast 3....................................296
Lincoln 7018-1....................................124 Arosta® 309Mo..................................216 RepTec Cast 31...................................298
Conarc® L150.....................................126 Nichroma...........................................218
Conarc® V180....................................128 Nichroma 160....................................220
Kardo.................................................130 Limarosta® 312..................................222
Arosta® 307.......................................224
Low Alloy Steel Arosta® 307-160................................226
Shield Arc® HYP+...............................132 Jungo® 307.........................................228
Shield Arc® 70+..................................134 Arosta® 304H....................................230
Conarc® 55CT....................................136 Arosta® 309H....................................232
Conarc® 60G......................................138 Intherma® 310...................................234
Conarc® 70G......................................140 Intherma® 310B.................................236
Conarc® 74.........................................142 Linox P 308L......................................238
Conarc® 80........................................144 Linox 308L.........................................240
Conarc® 80G......................................146 Linox P 316L.......................................242
Conarc® 85.........................................148 Linox 316L..........................................244
Kryo® 1...............................................150 Linox P 309L .....................................246
Kryo® 1N............................................152 Linox 309L.........................................248
Kryo® 1P............................................154
Kryo® 1-145........................................156

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CELLULOSIC ELECTRODE

Fleetweld® 5P+
CLASSIFICATION
AWS A5.1 E6010 A-Nr 1
ISO 2560-A E 42 3 C 2 5 F-Nr 3
9606 FM 1

GENERAL DESCRIPTION
Cellulosic coated electrode for pipe and general welding
SMAW

Gives high ductility root welds


Very deep penetration ensures sound root pass
Easy striking, easy slag release
High volume of generated gas eliminates porosity
Reduces problems from dirt and oil on surface

WELDING POSITIONS (ISO/ASME) CURRENT TYPE


DC +

PH/5Gu PJ/5Gd

APPROVALS

ABS
+

CHEMICAL COMPOSITION (W%), TYPICAL, ALL WELD METAL

C Mn Si
0.20 0.56 0.17

MECHANICAL PROPERTIES, TYPICAL, ALL WELD METAL


Tensile Impact ISO-V(J)
Yield strength strength Elongation
Condition (N/mm2) (N/mm2) (%) -29°C/-30°C
Required: AWS A5.1 AW min. 330 min. 430 min. 22 min. 27
ISO 2560-A min. 420 500-640 min. 20 min. 47
Typical values 471 586 24 56

PACKAGING AND AVAILABLE SIZES


Diameter (mm) 2.5 3.2 4.0 5.0
Length (mm) 300 350 350 350
Linc CanTM Pieces / unit - 180 130 83
Net weight/unit (kg) 22.7 4.7 5.1 5.1

Identification Imprint: 6010/FW5P+ Tip Color: none Fleetweld® 5P+: rev. C-EN30-02/01/17

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EXAMPLES OF MATERIALS TO BE WELDED
Steel grades/Code Type
Pipe material
EN 10208-1 L 210, L 240
EN 10208-2 L 240 , L 290, L 360
EN 10216-1 / 10217-1 P 235, P 275, P 355
API 5LX X42, X46, X52

SMAW
Gaz de France X42, X46, X52

CALCULATION DATA
Sizes Current Current Weight/
Diam. x length range type 1000 pcs
(mm) (A) (kg)
2.5x300 40-70 DC+ 15.8
3.2x350 65-130 DC+ 26.2
4.0x350 90-175 DC+ 40.0
5.0x350 140-225 DC+ 62.5
*Stub end 35mm

WELDING PARAMETERS, OPTIMUM FILL PASSES


Diameter Welding positions
(mm) PH/5G up PJ/5G down
2.5 55A 65A
3.2 90A 110A
4.0 130A 150A
5.0 150A 165A

REMARKS / APPLICATION ADVICE


Preheating pipe material L360 (X52) required (acc. EN 1011-1)
Pipeclamps to be removed after finishing root pass, start welding hot pass (within 5 min) after root pass
Use electrodes directly from metal Metal cans

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RUTILE ELECTRODE

Supra®

CLASSIFICATION
AWS A5.1 E6012 A-Nr 1
ISO 2560-A E 38 0 RC 1 1 F-Nr 2
9606 FM 1

GENERAL DESCRIPTION
SMAW

All position rutile electrode with excellent vertical down welding properties
Shipbuilding repairs
Excellent on painted or rustcovered steel
Recommended for bridging wide gaps
Weldable in all positions with one current setting

WELDING POSITIONS (ISO/ASME) CURRENT TYPE


AC / DC -

PA/1G PB/2F PC/2G PF/3Gu PG/3Gd PE/4G

APPROVALS

ABS BV DNV GL LR RMRS TÜV


2 2 2 2 2 2 +

CHEMICAL COMPOSITION (W%), TYPICAL, ALL WELD METAL

C Mn Si
0.12 0.5 0.6

MECHANICAL PROPERTIES, TYPICAL, ALL WELD METAL


Tensile
Yield strength strength Elongation Impact ISO-V(J)
Condition (N/mm )2
(N/mm2) (%) 0°C
Required: AWS A5.1 min. 330 min. 430 min. 17 not required
ISO 2560-A min. 380 470-600 min. 20 min. 47
Typical values AW 470 550 23 56

PACKAGING AND AVAILABLE SIZES


Diameter (mm) 2.5 3.2 4.0 5.0
Length (mm) 350 350 350 350
Carton + PE foil Pieces / unit 145 180 120 80
Net weight/unit (kg) 2.8 5.0 5.0 5.2

Identification Imprint: 6012 / SUPRA Tip Color: none Supra®: rev. C-EN24-01/02/16

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EXAMPLES OF MATERIALS TO BE WELDED
Steel grades/Code Type
General structural steels
EN 10025 S185, S235, S275
Ship plates
ASTM A 131 Grade A, B, D
Fine grained steels

SMAW
EN 10025 part 3 S275
EN 10025 part 4 S275

CALCULATION DATA

Sizes Arc time Energy Dep. rate


Current Weight/ Electrodes/ kg electrodes/
Diam. x length Current range type - per electrode at max. current - 1000 pcs kg weldmetal kg weldmetal
(mm) (A) (S)* E(kJ) H(kg/h) (kg) B 1/N
2.5x350 70-90 AC 47 109 0.8 17.5 90 1.58
3.2x350 95-130 AC 64 175 1.1 27.6 53 1.45
4.0x350 130-170 AC 66 330 1.4 41.1 39 1.61
5.0x350 170-250 AC 77 534 1.8 63.6 26 1.63

*Stub end 35mm

WELDING PARAMETERS, OPTIMUM FILL PASSES


Diameter Welding positions
(mm) PA/1G PB/2F PC/2G PF/3G up PG/3G down PE/4G
2.5 85A 115A 80A 80A 80A 80A
3.2 115A 115A 120A 120A 120A 120A
4.0 155A 170A 155A 160A 180A 155A
5.0 190A 220A 240A 190A

REMARKS / APPLICATION ADVICE


Weldable in all positions with one current setting

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RUTILE ELECTRODE

Omnia®

CLASSIFICATION
AWS A5.1 E6013 A-Nr 1
ISO 2560-A E 42 0 RC 1 1 F-Nr 2
9606 FM 1

GENERAL DESCRIPTION
SMAW

Rutile general purpose, all position electrode, including vertical down


Applicable for “clean” structural steel
Smaller diameters excellent for hobby market
Very suitable for low open circuit voltage transformers

WELDING POSITIONS (ISO/ASME) CURRENT TYPE


AC / DC -

PA/1G PB/2F PC/2G PF/3Gu PG/3Gd PE/4G

APPROVALS

ABS BV GL LR RMRS DNV


2 2 2 2 2 2

CHEMICAL COMPOSITION (W%), TYPICAL, ALL WELD METAL

C Mn Si
0.07 0.5 0.5

MECHANICAL PROPERTIES, TYPICAL, ALL WELD METAL


Yield strength Tensile strength Elongation Impact ISO-V(J)
Condition (N/mm2) (N/mm2) (%) 0°C
Required: AWS A5.1 min. 330 min. 430 min. 17 not required
ISO 2560-A min. 420 500-640 min. 20 min. 47
Typical values AW 520 550 26 60

PACKAGING AND AVAILABLE SIZES


Diameter (mm) 2.5 3.2 4.0
Length (mm) 350 350 350
Carton + PE foil Pieces / unit 155 155 120
Net weight/unit (kg) 2.8 4.8 5.4

Identification Imprint: 6013/OMNIA Tip Color: none Omnia®: rev. C-EN24-01/02/16

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EXAMPLES OF MATERIALS TO BE WELDED
Steel grades/Code Type
General structural steels
EN 10025 S185, S235, S275
Ship plates
ASTM A 131 Grade A, B, D
Cast steels

SMAW
EN 10213-2 GP240R
Pipe material
EN 10208-1 L210, L240, L290
EN 10208-2 L240, L290
API 5LX X42, X46
EN 10216-1/EN10217-1 P235, P275
Boiler & pressure vessel steels
EN 10028-2 P235, P265, P295
Fine grained steels
EN 10025 part 3 S275
EN 10025 part 4 S275

CALCULATION DATA

Sizes Arc time Energy Dep. rate


Current Weight/ Electrodes/ kg electrodes/
Diam. x length Current range type - per electrode at max. current - 1000 pcs kg weldmetal kg weldmetal
(mm) (A) (S)* E(kJ) H(kg/h) (kg) B 1/N
2.5x350 65-90 AC 52 108 0.8 18.5 85 1.59
3.2x350 95-130 AC 65 229 1.0 31.1 53 1.67
4.0x350 130-160 AC 72 333 1.3 43.6 37 1.61

*Stub end 35mm

WELDING PARAMETERS, OPTIMUM FILL PASSES


Diameter Welding positions
(mm) PA/1G PB/2F PC/2G PF/3G up PG/3G down PE/4G
2.5 80A 75A 75A 75A 75A 75A
3.2 120A 115A 125A 115A 125A 115A
4.0 175A 165A 160A 160A 170A 160A

REMARKS / APPLICATION ADVICE


Vertical down only applicable for “clean” structural steel

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RUTILE ELECTRODE

Pantafix®

CLASSIFICATION
AWS A5.1 E6013 A-Nr 1
ISO 2560-A E 38 0 RC 1 1 F-Nr 2
9606 FM 1

GENERAL DESCRIPTION
Rutile general purpose, all position electrode, including vertical down
SMAW

Soft arc therefore suitable for relative thin plates and bridging wide gaps
Excellent in pipe welding and construction
Good start and restart behaviour
Also weldable with low Open Circuit Voltage transformers (min. OCV 42V)
Good X-ray soundness

WELDING POSITIONS (ISO/ASME) CURRENT TYPE


AC / DC -

PA/1G PB/2F PC/2G PF/3Gu PG/3Gd PE/4G PH/5Gu PJ/5Gd

APPROVALS

TÜV
+

CHEMICAL COMPOSITION (W%), TYPICAL, ALL WELD METAL

C Mn Si
0.09 0.5 0.4

MECHANICAL PROPERTIES, TYPICAL, ALL WELD METAL


Yield strength Tensile strength Elongation Impact ISO-V(J)
Condition (N/mm2) (N/mm2) (%) 0°C
Required: AWS A5.1 min. 330 min. 430 min. 17 not required
ISO 2560-A min. 380 470-600 min. 20 min. 47
Typical values AW 500 540 24 60

PACKAGING AND AVAILABLE SIZES


Diameter (mm) 2.0 2.5 3.2 4.0
Length (mm) 300 350 350 350
Carton + PE foil Pieces / unit 235 145 155 120
Net weight/unit (kg) 2.4 2.8 4.8 5.4

Identification Imprint: 6013 / PANTAFIX Tip Color: none Pantafix®: rev. C-EN25-01/02/16

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EXAMPLES OF MATERIALS TO BE WELDED
Steel grades/Code Type
General structural steels
EN 10025 S185, S235, S275
Ship plates
ASTM A 131 Grade A, B, D
Cast steels

SMAW
EN 10213-2 GP240R
Pipe material
EN 10208-1 L210, L240, L290
EN 10208-2 L240, L290
API 5LX X42, X46
EN 10216-1/EN10217-1 P235, P275
Boiler & pressure vessel steels
EN 10028-2 P235, P265, P295
Fine grained steels
EN 10025 part 3 S275
EN 10025 part 4 S275

CALCULATION DATA

Sizes Arc time Energy Dep. rate


Current Weight/ Electrodes/ kg electrodes/
Diam. x length Current range type - per electrode at max. current - 1000 pcs kg weldmetal kg weldmetal
(mm) (A) (S)* E(kJ) H(kg/h) (kg) B 1/N
2.0x300 40-75 AC 41 58 0.5 10.4 178 1.98
2.5x350 50-90 AC 60 130 0.7 17.8 88 1.57
3.2x350 70-130 AC 66 206 1.0 29.5 53 1.58
4.0x350 130-175 AC 72 333 1.3 43.6 37 1.61

*Stub end 35mm

WELDING PARAMETERS, OPTIMUM FILL PASSES


Diameter Welding positions
(mm) PA/1G PB/2F PC/2G PF/3G up PG/3G down PE/4G
2.5 80A 75A 75A 75A 75A 75A
3.2 120A 115A 125A 115A 125A 115A
4.0 175A 165A 160A 160A 170A 160A

REMARKS / APPLICATION ADVICE


Vertical down only applicable for “clean” structural steel

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RUTILE ELECTRODE

Omnia® 46

CLASSIFICATION
AWS A5.1 E6013 A-Nr 1
ISO 2560-A E 38 0 R 1 1 F-Nr 2
9606 FM 1

GENERAL DESCRIPTION
Rutile general purpose, all positions electrode
SMAW

Applicable for “clean” structural steel (2.0, 2.5, 3.2 mm)


Smaller diameters excellent for hobby market
Very suitable for low open circuit voltage transformers (min. OCV 42 V)

WELDING POSITIONS (ISO/ASME) CURRENT TYPE


AC / DC -

PA/1G PB/2F PC/2G PF/3Gu PG/3Gd PE/4G PH/5Gu PJ/5Gd

APPROVALS

ABS BV DNV GL LR TÜV


2 2 2 2 2 +

CHEMICAL COMPOSITION (W%), TYPICAL, ALL WELD METAL

C Mn Si
0.06 0.5 0.45

MECHANICAL PROPERTIES, TYPICAL, ALL WELD METAL


Tensile
Yield strength strength Elongation Impact ISO-V(J)
Condition (N/mm )2
(N/mm2) (%) 0°C
Required: AWS A5.1 min. 330 min. 430 min. 17 not required
ISO 2560-A min. 380 470-600 min. 20 min. 47
Typical values AW 460 540 27 65

PACKAGING AND AVAILABLE SIZES


Diameter (mm) 1.6 2.0 2.5 3.2 3.2 4.0 4.0 5.0
Length (mm) 250 300 350 350 450 350 450 450
Carton + PE foil Pieces / unit 130 400 253 181 154 111 97 58
Net weight/unit (kg) 0.8 4.2 4.8 5.3 6.2 5.0 5.9 5.8
Unit : Linc Pack Pieces / unit - 96 53 35 - - - -
Net weight/unit (kg) - 1.0 1.0 1.0 - - - -

Identification Imprint: 6013-OMNIA 46 Tip Color: yellow Omnia® 46: rev. C-EN28-04/04/18

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EXAMPLES OF MATERIALS TO BE WELDED
Steel grades/Code Type
General structural steels
EN 10025 S185, S235, S275
Ship plates
ASTM A 131 Grade A, B, D
Cast steels

SMAW
EN 10213-2 GP240R
Pipe material
EN 10208-1 L210, L240, L290
EN 10208-2 L240, L290
API 5LX X42, X46
EN 10216-1/EN10217-1 P235, P275
Boiler & pressure vessel steels
EN 10028-2 P235, P265, P295
Fine grained steels
EN 10025 part 3 S275
EN 10025 part 4 S275

CALCULATION DATA

Sizes Arc time Energy Dep. rate


Current Weight/ Electrodes/ kg electrodes/
Diam. x length Current range type - per electrode at max. current - 1000 pcs kg weldmetal kg weldmetal
(mm) (A) (S)* E(kJ) H(kg/h) (kg) B 1/N
2.0x300 50-60 AC 43 57 0.5 11.4 154 1.68
2.5x350 70-90 AC 68 134 0.6 19.2 84 1.60
3.2x350 90-125 AC 80 220 0.9 30.3 50 1.51
3.2x450 100-135 AC 102 303 0.9 41.3 38 1.56
4.0x350 140-190 AC 74 323 1.5 45.5 33 1.49
4.0x450 150-200 AC 95 456 1.5 62.1 26 1.58
5.0x450 180-240 AC 115 662 1.8 105.5 17 1.75
*Stub end 35mm

WELDING PARAMETERS, OPTIMUM FILL PASSES


Diameter Welding positions
(mm) PA/1G PB/2F PC/2G PF/3Gup PG/3Gdown PE/4G PH/5Gup PJ/5Gdown
2.0 55A 55A 55A 50A 55A 50A 55A
2.5 80A 85A 85A 80A 85A 85A 80A 85A
3.2 110A 115A 115A 110A 115A 110A 110A 115A
4.0 170A 175A 175A 175A 180A 175A 175A 180A
5.0 220A 230A 230A

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RUTILE ELECTRODE

Numal

CLASSIFICATION
AWS A5.1 E6013 A-Nr 1
ISO 2560-A E 38 0 R 1 1 F-Nr 2
9606 FM 1

GENERAL DESCRIPTION
Rutile general purpose, all positions electrode
SMAW

Applicable for “clean” structural steel


Smaller diameters excellent for hobby market
Very suitable for low open circuit voltage transformers (min. OCV 42 V)

WELDING POSITIONS (ISO/ASME) CURRENT TYPE


AC / DC -

PA/1G PB/2F PC/2G PF/3Gu PG/3Gd PE/4G PH/5Gu PJ/5Gd

APPROVALS

ABS BV DNV GL LR TÜV


2 2 2 2 2 +

CHEMICAL COMPOSITION (W%), TYPICAL, ALL WELD METAL

C Mn Si
0.06 0.5 0.45

MECHANICAL PROPERTIES, TYPICAL, ALL WELD METAL


Tensile
Yield strength strength Elongation Impact ISO-V(J)
Condition (N/mm )2
(N/mm2) (%) 0°C
Required: AWS A5.1 min. 331 min. 414 min. 17 not required
ISO 2560-A min. 420 500-640 min. 20 min. 47
Typical values AW 430 480 26 60

PACKAGING AND AVAILABLE SIZES


Diameter (mm) 2.0 2.5 3.2 4.0
Length (mm) 300 350 350 350
Carton + PE foil Pieces / unit 400 255 181 111
Net weight/unit (kg) 4.2 4.8 5.3 5.0

Identification Imprint: 6013-NUMAL Tip Color: yellow Numal: rev. C-EN05-04/04/18

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Numal
MATERIALS TO BE WELDED
Steel grades/Code Type
General structural steels
EN 10025 S185, S235, S275
Ship plates
ASTM A 131 Grade A, B, D
Cast steels

SMAW
EN 10213-2 G P 240R
Pipe material
EN 10208-1 L210, L240, L290
EN 10208-2 L240, L290
API 5LX X42, X46
EN 10216-1/EN10217-1 P235, P275
Boiler & pressure vessel steels
EN 10028-2 P235, P265, P295
Fine grained steels
EN 10025 part 3 S275
EN 10025 part 4 S275

CALCULATION DATA

Sizes Arc time Energy Dep. rate


Current Weight/ Electrodes/ kg electrodes/
Diam. x length Current range type - per electrode at max. current - 1000 pcs kg weldmetal kg weldmetal
(mm) (A) (S)* E(kJ) H(kg/h) (kg) B 1/N
2.5x350 70-90 AC 68 134 0.6 19.2 84 1.60
3.2x350 90-125 AC 80 220 0.9 30.3 50 1.51
4.0x350 140-190 AC 74 323 1.5 45.5 33 1.49

*Stub end 35mm

WELDING PARAMETERS, OPTIMUM FILL PASSES


Diameter Welding positions
(mm) PA/1G PB/2F PC/2G PF/3Gup PG/3Gdown PE/4G PH/5Gup PJ/5Gdown
2.5 80A 85A 85A 80A 85A 85A 80A 85A
3.2 110A 115A 115A 110A 115A 110A 110A 115A
4.0 170A 175A 175A 175A 180A 175A 175A 180A

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Cumulo®
CLASSIFICATION
AWS A5.1 E6013 A-Nr 1
ISO 2560-A E 38 0 R 12 F-Nr 2
9606 FM 1

GENERAL DESCRIPTION
Rutile, all position electrode (except vertical down)
SMAW

Excellent for pipe welding and construction work


Smooth side wall wetting
Good X-ray soundness

WELDING POSITIONS (ISO/ASME) CURRENT TYPE


AC / DC -

PA/1G PB/2F PC/2G PF/3Gu PH/5Gu PE/4G

APPROVALS

ABS BV DNV GL LR TÜV


2 2 2 2 2,2Y +

CHEMICAL COMPOSITION (W%), TYPICAL, ALL WELD METAL

C Mn Si
0.1 0.5 0.4

MECHANICAL PROPERTIES, TYPICAL, ALL WELD METAL


Yield strength Tensile strength Elongation Impact ISO-V(J)
Condition (N/mm2) (N/mm2) (%) 0°C
Required: AWS A5.1 min. 330 min. 430 min. 17 not required
ISO 2560-A min. 380 470-600 min. 20 min. 47
Typical values AW 500 540 25 55

PACKAGING AND AVAILABLE SIZES


Diameter (mm) 2.5 3.2 4.0
Length (mm) 350 350 350
Carton + PE foil Pieces / unit 150 175 115
Net weight/unit (kg) 2.9 5.2 5.3

Identification Imprint: 6013 / CUMULO Tip Color: none Cumulo: rev. C-EN25-01/02/16

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EXAMPLES OF MATERIALS TO BE WELDED
Steel grades/Code Type
General structural steels
EN 10025 S185, S235, S275
Ship plates
ASTM A 131 Grade A, B, D
Cast steels

SMAW
EN 10213-2 GP240R
Pipe material
EN 10208-1 L210, L240, L290
EN 10208-2 L240, L290
API 5LX X42, X46
EN 10216-1/EN10217-1 P235, P275
Boiler & pressure vessel steels
EN 10028-2 P235, P265, P295
Fine grained steels
EN 10025 part 3 S275
EN 10025 part 4 S275

CALCULATION DATA

Sizes Arc time Energy Dep. rate


Current Weight/ Electrodes/ kg electrodes/
Diam. x length Current range type - per electrode at max. current - 1000 pcs kg weldmetal kg weldmetal
(mm) (A) (S)* E(kJ) H(kg/h) (kg) B 1/N
2.5x350 65-90 AC 52 120 0.8 18.7 86 1.61
3.2x350 85-130 AC 66 181 1.1 29.7 51 1.53
4.0x350 130-180 AC 62 345 1.6 46.5 36 1.69

*Stub end 35mm

WELDING PARAMETERS, OPTIMUM FILL PASSES


Diameter Welding positions
(mm) PA/1G PB/2F PC/2G PF/3Gup PE/4G PH/5Gup
2.5 95A 85A 85A 75A 75A 75A
3.2 135A 135A 120A 120A 120A 120A
4.0 160A 160A 155A 140A 140A

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Universalis®

CLASSIFICATION
AWS A5.1 E6013 A-Nr 1
ISO 2560-A E 42 0 RR 1 2 F-Nr 2
9606 FM 1

GENERAL DESCRIPTION
SMAW

Rutile electrode, especially for down hand welding in structural steel


Smaller sizes (2.0 & 2.5 mm) most versatile for thin plate material
Very smooth appearance
Self releasing slag

WELDING POSITIONS (ISO/ASME) CURRENT TYPE


AC / DC -

PA/1G PB/2F PC/2G PE/4G

APPROVALS

ABS BV DNV GL LR TÜV


2Y 2Y 2Y 2Y 2Y +

CHEMICAL COMPOSITION (W%), TYPICAL, ALL WELD METAL

C Mn Si
0.1 0.6 0.4

MECHANICAL PROPERTIES, TYPICAL, ALL WELD METAL


Yield strength Tensile strength Elongation Impact ISO-V(J)
Condition (N/mm2) (N/mm2) (%) 0°C
Required: AWS A5.1 min. 330 min. 430 min. 17 not required
ISO 2560-A min. 420 500-640 min. 20 min. 47
Typical values AW 480 560 26 50

PACKAGING AND AVAILABLE SIZES


Diameter (mm) 2.0 2.5 3.2 3.2 4.0
Length (mm) 300 350 350 450 450
Carton + PE foil Pieces / unit 200 130 140 125 80
Net weight/unit (kg) 2.4 2.8 4.8 5.8 5.9

Identification Imprint: 6013 / UNIVERSALIS Tip Color: none Universalis®: rev. C-EN25-01/02/16

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EXAMPLES OF MATERIALS TO BE WELDED
Steel grades/Code Type
General structural steels
EN 10025 S185, S235, S275, S355
Ship plates
ASTM A 131 Grade A, B, D, AH32 to DH36
Cast steels

SMAW
EN 10213-2 GP240R
Pipe material
EN 10208-1 L210, L240, L290, L360
EN 10208-2 L240, L290, L360
API 5LX X42, X46, X52, X60
EN 10216-1/EN10217-1 P235, P275, P355
Boiler & pressure vessel steels
EN 10028-2 P235, P265, P295, P355
Fine grained steels
EN 10025 part 3 S275, S355
EN 10025 part 4 S275, S355

CALCULATION DATA

Sizes Arc time Energy Dep. rate


Current Weight/ Electrodes/ kg electrodes/
Diam. x length Current range type - per electrode at max. current - 1000 pcs kg weldmetal kg weldmetal
(mm) (A) (S)* E(kJ) H(kg/h) (kg) B 1/N
2.0x300 40-65 AC 41 58 0.5 11.4 178 2.0
2.5x350 70-100 AC 51 134 0.8 21.1 93 1.96
3.2x350 100-140 AC 57 281 1.3 39.3 47 1.85
3.2x450 100-140 AC 69 341 1.5 49.6 36 1.79
4.0x450 150-200 AC 69 483 2.1 66.9 25 1.67

*Stub end 35mm

WELDING PARAMETERS, OPTIMUM FILL PASSES


Diameter Welding positions
(mm) PA/1G PB/2F PC/2G PE/4G
2.0 50A
2.5 100A 95A 85A 85A
3.2 130A 120A 115A 105A
4.0 185A 185A 160A 130A

REMARKS / APPLICATION ADVICE


Best choice for welding thin plates.
High yield strength steels such as S355, L360, P355 and X60 preheat according EN 1011-1

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Rental

CLASSIFICATION
AWS A5.1 E7024 A-Nr 1
ISO 2560-A E 38 0 RR 7 3 F-Nr 1
9606 FM 1

GENERAL DESCRIPTION
Rutile electrode for fillet welds and horizontal V- and X-welds
SMAW

190% recovery
Very high welding speed
Smooth weld appearance
Self releasing slag
A very smooth and stable arc with very little spatter
Very neat finely rippled weld

WELDING POSITIONS (ISO/ASME) CURRENT TYPE


AC / DC -

PA/1G PB/2F PC/2G

CHEMICAL COMPOSITION (W%), TYPICAL, ALL WELD METAL

C Mn Si
0.07 0.8 0.5

MECHANICAL PROPERTIES, TYPICAL, ALL WELD METAL


Tensile
Yield strength strength Elongation Impact ISO-V(J)
Condition (N/mm )2
(N/mm2) (%) 0°C
Required: AWS A5.1 min. 399 min. 490 min. 17 not required
ISO 2560-A min. 380 470-600 min. 20 min. 47
Typical values AW 440 510-560 24 70

PACKAGING AND AVAILABLE SIZES


Diameter (mm) 3.2 4.0 5.0
Length (mm) 350 350 350
Carton Pieces / unit 40 24 16
Net weight/unit (kg) 2.7 2.4 2.6

Identification Imprint: 7024 RENTAL Tip Color: rental Rental: rev. C-EN01-01/02/16

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Rental
EXAMPLES OF MATERIALS TO BE WELDED
Steel grades/Code Type
General structural steels
EN 10025 S185, S235, S275, S355
Ship plates
ASTM A 131 Grade A, B, D, AH32 to DH36
Boiler & pressure vessel steels

SMAW
EN 10028-2 P235, P265, P295, P355
Fine grained steels
EN 10025 part 3 S275, S355
EN 10025 part 4 S275, S355

REMARKS / APPLICATION ADVICE


High yield strength steels such as S355, P355 and DH36 preheat according EN 1011-1

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Ferrod® 165A

CLASSIFICATION
AWS A5.1 E7024-1 A-Nr 1
ISO 2560-A E 42 2 RA 7 3 F-Nr 1
9606 FM 1

GENERAL DESCRIPTION
SMAW

Rutile-acid coated electrode with brittle slag, for fillet welds and horizontal V- and X-welds
160% recovery, high welding speed
Good X-ray soundness
Even in narrow gaps and rusty materials easy slag release
Class 3 approved

WELDING POSITIONS (ISO/ASME) CURRENT TYPE


AC / DC +/-

PA/1G PB/2F PC/2G

APPROVALS

ABS DNV GL LR TÜV


3, 3Y 3 3 3, 3Y +

CHEMICAL COMPOSITION (W%), TYPICAL, ALL WELD METAL

C Mn Si
0.07 0.95 0.3

MECHANICAL PROPERTIES, TYPICAL, ALL WELD METAL

Tensile Impact ISO-V(J)


Yield strength strength Elongation
Condition (N/mm2) (N/mm2) (%) -10°C -18°C/-20°C
Required: AWS A5.1 min. 400 min. 490 min. 22 min. 27
ISO 2560-A min. 420 500-640 min. 20 min. 47
Typical values AW 475 520 26 70 67

PACKAGING AND AVAILABLE SIZES


Diameter (mm) 3.2 4.0 5.0
Length (mm) 450 450 450
Carton + PE foil Pieces / unit 99 60 41
Net weight/unit (kg) 6.1 5.6 6.0

Identification Imprint: 7024-1 / FERROD 165A Tip Color: none Ferrod 165A® : rev. C-EN24-01/02/16

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Ferrod® 165A
EXAMPLES OF MATERIALS TO BE WELDED
Steel grades/Code Type
General structural steels
EN 10025 S185, S235, S275, S355
Ship plates
ASTM A 131 Grade A, B, D, AH32 to DH36
Cast steels

SMAW
EN 10213-2 GP240R
Boiler & pressure vessel steels
EN 10028-2 P235, P265, P295, P355
Fine grained steels
EN 10025 part 3 S275, S355
EN 10025 part 4 S275, S355

CALCULATION DATA

Sizes Arc time Energy Dep. rate


Current Weight/ Electrodes/ kg electrodes/
Diam. x length Current range type - per electrode at max. current - 1000 pcs kg weldmetal kg weldmetal
(mm) (A) (S)* E(kJ) H(kg/h) (kg) B 1/N
3.2x450 125-155 AC 75 326 1.9 62.9 25 1.39
4.0x450 140-235 AC 65 527 3.6 96.5 15 1.39
5.0x450 210-330 AC 68 853 5.3 144.9 10 1.39

*Stub end 35mm

WELDING PARAMETERS, OPTIMUM FILL PASSES


Diameter Welding positions
(mm) PA/1G PB/2F PC/2G
3.2 160A 150A 150A
4.0 220A 200A 195A
5.0 310A 290A

REMARKS / APPLICATION ADVICE


High yield strength steels such as S355, P355 and DH36 preheat according EN 1011-1

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Ferrod® 135T

CLASSIFICATION
AWS A5.1 E7024 A-Nr 1
ISO 2560-A E 38 0 RR 5 3 F-Nr 1
9606 FM 1

GENERAL DESCRIPTION
SMAW

Rutile electrode for fillet welds and horizontal V- and X-welds


High welding speed
Smooth weld appearance
Self releasing slag
High recovery (140%)

WELDING POSITIONS (ISO/ASME) CURRENT TYPE


AC / DC -

PA/1G PB/2F PC/2G

APPROVALS

ABS BV DNV GL LR RMRS TÜV


2Y 2Y 2Y 2Y 2Y 2Y +

CHEMICAL COMPOSITION (W%), TYPICAL, ALL WELD METAL

C Mn Si
0.08 0.5 0.35

MECHANICAL PROPERTIES, TYPICAL, ALL WELD METAL


Tensile
Yield strength strength Elongation Impact ISO-V(J)
Condition (N/mm )2
(N/mm2) (%) 0°C
Required: AWS A5.1 min. 400 min. 490 min. 17 not required
ISO 2560-A min. 380 470-600 min. 20 47
Typical values AW 460 530 25 54

PACKAGING AND AVAILABLE SIZES


Diameter (mm) 3.2 4.0 5.0
Length (mm) 450 450 450
Carton + PE foil Pieces / unit 90 65 45
Net weight/unit (kg) 5.5 5.7 5.9

Identification Imprint: 7024-FERROD 135T Tip Color: none Ferrod® 135T: rev. C-EN26-01/02/16

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Ferrod® 135T
EXAMPLES OF MATERIALS TO BE WELDED
Steel grades/Code Type
General structural steels
EN 10025 S185, S235, S275,S355
Ship plates
ASTM A 131 Grade A, B, D, AH32 to DH36
Cast steels

SMAW
EN 10013-2 GP240R
Boiler & pressure vessel steels
EN 10028-2 P235, P265, P295, P355
Fine grained steels
EN 10025 part 3 S275, S355
EN 10025 part 4 S275, S355

CALCULATION DATA

Sizes Arc time Energy Dep. rate


Current Weight/ Electrodes/ kg electrodes/
Diam. x length Current range type - per electrode at max. current - 1000 pcs kg weldmetal kg weldmetal
(mm) (A) (S)* E(kJ) H(kg/h) (kg) B 1/N
3.2x450 130-150 AC 85 344 1.6 61.3 27 1.67
4.0x450 180-200 AC 92 515 2.2 87.7 18 1.67
5.0x450 275-300 AC 86 735 3.7 129.9 11 1.43
*Stub end 35mm

WELDING PARAMETERS, OPTIMUM FILL PASSES


Diameter Welding positions
(mm) PA/1G PB/2F PC/2G
3.2 150A 140A 140A
4.0 200A 190A 190A
5.0 290A 280A

REMARKS / APPLICATION ADVICE


High yield strength steels such as S355, P355 and DH36 preheat according EN 1011-1

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Ferrod® 160T

CLASSIFICATION
AWS A5.1 E7024 A-Nr 1
ISO 2560-A E 42 0 RR 7 3 F-Nr 1
9606 FM 1

GENERAL DESCRIPTION
SMAW

Rutile electrode for fillet welds and horizontal V- and X-welds


Very high welding speed
Smooth weld appearance, very good slag release
High recovery (160% for 3.2 and 4.0 mm electrodes, and 180% for 5.0 mm electrodes)

WELDING POSITIONS (ISO/ASME) CURRENT TYPE


AC / DC -

PA/1G PB/2F PC/2G

APPROVALS

ABS BV DNV GL LR RMRS TÜV


2Y 2Y 2Y 2Y 2Y 2Y +

CHEMICAL COMPOSITION (W%), TYPICAL, ALL WELD METAL

C Mn Si
0.07 0.9 0.6

MECHANICAL PROPERTIES, TYPICAL, ALL WELD METAL


Tensile
Yield strength strength Elongation Impact ISO-V(J)
Condition (N/mm )2
(N/mm2) (%) 0°C
Required: AWS A5.1 min. 400 min. 490 min. 17 not required
ISO 2560-A min. 420 500-640 min. 20 min. 47
Typical values AW 450 570 26 70

PACKAGING AND AVAILABLE SIZES


Diameter (mm) 3.2 4.0 5.0
Length (mm) 450 450 450
Carton + PE foil Pieces / unit 85 60 40
Net weight/unit (kg) 5.6 6.3 6.1

Identification Imprint: 7024/FERROD 160T Tip Color: none Ferrod® 160T: rev. C-EN27-01/02/16

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Ferrod® 160T
EXAMPLES OF MATERIALS TO BE WELDED
Steel grades/Code Type
General structural steels
EN 10025 S185, S235, S275,S355
Ship plates
ASTM A 131 Grade A, B, D, AH32 to DH36
Cast steels

SMAW
EN 10013-2 GP240R
Boiler & pressure vessel steels
EN 10028-2 P235, P265, P295, P355
Fine grained steels
EN 10025 part 3 S275, S355
EN 10025 part 4 S275, S355

CALCULATION DATA

Sizes Arc time Energy Dep. rate


Current Weight/ Electrodes/ kg electrodes/
Diam. x length Current range type - per electrode at max. current - 1000 pcs kg weldmetal kg weldmetal
(mm) (A) (S)* E(kJ) H(kg/h) (kg) B 1/N
3.2x450 130-160 AC
4.0x350 180-220 AC 90 554 2.6 92.7 15 1.43
5.0x450 280-300 AC 78 897 5.4 166.7 9 1.43
*Stub end 35mm

WELDING PARAMETERS, OPTIMUM FILL PASSES


Diameter Welding positions
(mm) PA/1G PB/2F
3.2 150A 140A
4.0 210A 200A
5.0 300A 280A

REMARKS / APPLICATION ADVICE


High yield strength steels such as S355, P355 and DH36 preheat according EN 1011-1

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Gonia 180

CLASSIFICATION
AWS A5.1 E7024 A-Nr 1
ISO 2560-A E 42 0 RR 7 3 F-Nr 1
9606 FM 1

GENERAL DESCRIPTION
SMAW

Rutile electrode for fillet welds and horizontal V- and X-welds


190% recovery
Very high welding speed
Smooth weld appearance
Self releasing slag

WELDING POSITIONS (ISO/ASME) CURRENT TYPE


AC / DC -

PA/1G PB/2F PC/2G

APPROVALS

ABS BV CRS DNV GL LR RINA RMRS


2 2Y 2Y 2 2Y 2 2 2

CHEMICAL COMPOSITION (W%), TYPICAL, ALL WELD METAL

C Mn Si
0.07 1.0 0.35

MECHANICAL PROPERTIES, TYPICAL, ALL WELD METAL


Tensile
Yield strength strength Elongation Impact ISO-V(J)
Condition (N/mm )2
(N/mm2) (%) 0°C
Required: AWS A5.1 min. 399 min. 490 min. 17 not required
ISO 2560-A min. 420 500-640 min. 20 min. 47
Typical values AW 450 525 27 75

PACKAGING AND AVAILABLE SIZES


Diameter (mm) 4.0 5.0 6.3
Length (mm) 450 450 450
Carton + PE foil Pieces / unit 55 35 23
Net weight/unit (kg) 5.8 5.8 5.7

Identification Imprint: 7024/ GONIA 180 Tip Color: blue Gonia 180: rev. C-EN24-01/02/16

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Gonia 180
EXAMPLES OF MATERIALS TO BE WELDED
Steel grades/Code Type
General structural steels
EN 10025 S185, S235, S275, S355
Ship plates
ASTM A 131 Grade A, B, D, AH32 to DH36
Boiler & pressure vessel steels

SMAW
EN 10028-2 P235, P265, P295, P355
Fine grained steels
EN 10025 part 3 S275, S355
EN 10025 part 4 S275, S355

CALCULATION DATA

Sizes Arc time Energy Dep. rate


Current Weight/ Electrodes/ kg electrodes/
Diam. x length Current range type - per electrode at max. current - 1000 pcs kg weldmetal kg weldmetal
(mm) (A) (S)* E(kJ) H(kg/h) (kg) B 1/N
4.0x450 200-240 AC 78 515 3.4 100.0 14 1.35
5.0x450 280-300 AC 85 816 4.9 157.7 9 1.35
6.3x450 350-375 AC 102 1320 6.5 248.0 6 1.35

*Stub end 35mm

WELDING PARAMETERS, OPTIMUM FILL PASSES


Diameter Welding positions
(mm) PA/1G PB/2F PC/2G
4.0 210A 200A 200A
5.0 300A 280A
6.3 390A 360A

REMARKS / APPLICATION ADVICE


High yield strength steels such as S355, P355 and DH36 preheat according EN 1011-1

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Baso® 48SP

CLASSIFICATION
AWS A5.1 E7018-1 H8 A-Nr 1
ISO 2560-A E 46 3 B 3 2 H10* F-Nr 4
* also complies to E 46 3 BR 3 2 H10 9606 FM 1

GENERAL DESCRIPTION
Rutile basic coated electrode with excellent start- and restart properties
SMAW

Weldable on AC and DC
Stable arc, also at low amperage
Popular at welding schools
Min. 60 Volt is recommended
Good mechanical and impact properties down to -30°C (>47 J)
Low hydrogen content (HDM < 8 ml/100g)
WELDING POSITIONS (ISO/ASME) CURRENT TYPE
ø 2.5 AC / DC + / -
ø 3.2 AC / DC +
PA/1G PB/2F PC/2G PF/3Gu PE/4G ø 4.0 AC / DC +
ø 5.0 AC / DC

APPROVALS

ABS BV DNV LR TÜV


3YH10 HHH 3YH5 3,3YH10 +

CHEMICAL COMPOSITION (W%), TYPICAL, ALL WELD METAL

C Mn Si HDM
0.075 1.4 0.45 7 ml/100 g

MECHANICAL PROPERTIES, TYPICAL, ALL WELD METAL

Tensile Impact ISO-V(J)


Yield strength strength Elongation
Condition (N/mm2) (N/mm2) (%) -20°C -30°C -46°C
Required: AWS A5.1 min. 400 min. 490 min. 22 min. 27
ISO 2560-A min. 460 530-680 min. 20 min. 47
Typical values AW 590 640 25 90 60

PACKAGING AND AVAILABLE SIZES


Diameter (mm) 2.5 3.2 3.2 4.0 4.0
Length (mm) 350 350 450 350 450
Carton + PE foil Pieces / unit 125 78 78 50 50
Net weight/unit (kg) 2.5 2.6 3.3 2.5 3.4
SRP Pieces / unit 44 51 - 27 -
Net weight/unit (kg) 0.9 1.8 - 1.4 -
Identification Imprint: 7018-1-BASO 48SP Tip Color: green Baso® 48SP+: rev. C-EN25-12/05/16

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Baso® 48SP
EXAMPLES OF MATERIALS TO BE WELDED
Steel grades/Code Type
General structural steels
EN 10025 S185, S235, S275, S355
Ship plates
ASTM A 131 Grade A, B, D, AH32 to EH36
Cast steels

SMAW
EN 10213-2 GP240R
Pipe material
EN 10208-1 L210, L240, L290, L360
EN 10208-2 L240, L290, L360, L415
API 5LX X42, X46, X52, X60
EN 10216-1 P235T1, P235T2, P275T1
EN 10217-1 P275T2, P355N
Boiler & pressure vessel steels
EN 10028-2 P235GH, P265GH, P295GH, P355GH
Fine grained steels
EN 10025 part 3 S275, S355, S420
EN 10025 part 4 S275, S355, S420, S460

CALCULATION DATA

Sizes Arc time Energy Dep. rate


Current Weight/ Electrodes/ kg electrodes/
Diam. x length Current range type - per electrode at max. current - 1000 pcs kg weldmetal kg weldmetal
(mm) (A) (S)* E(kJ) H(kg/h) (kg) B 1/N
2.5x350 50-85 AC 48 104 0.9 19.4 82 1.6
3.2x450 85-135 AC 75 273 1.1 41.0 42 1.72
4.0x450 135-190 AC 95 487 1.6 64.6 24 1.55

*Stub end 35mm

WELDING PARAMETERS, OPTIMUM FILL PASSES


Diameter Welding positions
(mm) PA/1G PB/2F PC/2G PF/3Gup PE/4G
2.5 80A 85A 85A 85A 80A
3.2 120A 115A 115A 115A 110A
4.0 170A 180A 180A 180A 160A

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Basic 7018

CLASSIFICATION
AWS A5.1 E7018 H4 A-Nr 1
ISO 2560-A E 42 4 B 4 2 H5 F-Nr 4
9606 FM 1

GENERAL DESCRIPTION
Electrode producing crack-free welded joints with good toughness properties even on steels with a carbon content upto 0,4 %.
SMAW

Recovery 120%
Excellent weldability even in positional welding
Good impact values down to -40°C
Suitable for depositing buffer layers on steels having a higher carbon content

WELDING POSITIONS (ISO/ASME) CURRENT TYPE


DC +

PA/1G PB/2F PC/2G PF/3Gu PE/4G

APPROVALS

BV DNV LR DB GL TÜV
3YH5 3YH5 3YH10 + 3YH5 +

CHEMICAL COMPOSITION (W%), TYPICAL, ALL WELD METAL

C Mn Si HDM
0.05 1.3 0.4 4 ml/100 g

MECHANICAL PROPERTIES, TYPICAL, ALL WELD METAL


Tensile Impact ISO-V(J)
Yield strength strength Elongation
Condition (N/mm2) (N/mm2) (%) -40°C -46°C
Required: AWS A5.1 min. 400 min. 490 min. 22 min. 27
ISO 2560-A min. 420 500-640 min. 20 min. 47
Typical values AW 475 540 27 105 50

PACKAGING AND AVAILABLE SIZES


Diameter (mm) 2.5 3.2 3.2 4.0 4.0 5.0
Length (mm) 350 350 450 350 450 450
Carton + PE foil Pieces / unit 205 125 125 85 85 55
Net weight/unit (kg) 4.6 4.5 5.9 4.6 6.0 5.8

Identification Imprint: 7018 / BASIC 7018 Tip Color: none Basic 7018: rev. C-EN02-01/02/16

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EXAMPLES OF MATERIALS TO BE WELDED
Steel grades/Code Type
General structural steels
EN 10025 S185, S235, S275, S355
Ship plates
ASTM A 131 Grade A, B, D, AH32 to EH36
Cast steels

SMAW
EN 10213-2 GP240R
Pipe material
EN 10208-1 L210, L240, L290, L360
EN 10208-2 L240, L290, L360, L415, L445
API 5LX X42, X46, X52, X60
EN 10216-1 P235T1, P235T2, P275T1
EN 10217-1 P275T2, P355N
Boiler & pressure vessel steels
EN 10028-2 P235GH, P265GH, P295GH, P355GH
Fine grained steels
EN 10025 part 3 S275, S355, S420
EN 10025 part 4 S275, S355, S420

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SMAW

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Baso® 51P

CLASSIFICATION
AWS A5.1 E7018-1 A-Nr 1
ISO 2560-A E 46 3 B 3 2 H5 F-Nr 4
9606 FM 1

GENERAL DESCRIPTION
Basic low hydrogen electrode
SMAW

Excellent for tube welding and root passes


Very good weldability, in all positions
Stable arc, also at low amperage
Easy puddle control and wetting
Good slag release and flat bead appearance
Good mechanical and impact properties down to -30°C
Excellent X-ray soundness

WELDING POSITIONS (ISO/ASME) CURRENT TYPE


AC / DC +/-

PA/1G PB/2F PC/2G PF/3Gu PH/5Gu PE/4G

CHEMICAL COMPOSITION (W%), TYPICAL, ALL WELD METAL

C Mn Si P S HDM
0.06 1.3 0.5 0.015 0.010 5 ml/100g

MECHANICAL PROPERTIES, TYPICAL, ALL WELD METAL

Tensile Impact ISO-V(J)


Yield strength strength Elongation
Condition (N/mm2) (N/mm2) (%) -20°C -30°C -46°C
Required: AWS A5.1 min. 400 min. 490 min. 22 min. 27
ISO 2560-A min. 460 530-680 min. 20 min. 47
Typical values AW 510 600 27 90 70 40

PACKAGING AND AVAILABLE SIZES


Diameter (mm) 2.5 3.2 4.0
Length (mm) 350 350 450
Carton + PE foil Pieces / unit 215 130 80
Net weight/unit (kg) 4.2 4.2 5.2

Identification Imprint: 7018-1/ BASO 51P Tip Color: none Baso® 51P: rev. C-EN27-01/05/17

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Baso® 51P
EXAMPLES OF MATERIALS TO BE WELDED
Steel grades/Code Type
General structural steels
EN 10025 S185, S235, S275, S355
Ship plates
ASTM A 131 Grade A, B, D, AH32 to EH40
Cast steels

SMAW
EN 10213-2 GP240R
Pipe material
EN 10208-1 L210, L240, L290, L360
EN 10208-2 L240, L290, L360, L415
API 5LX X42, X46, X52, X60
EN 10216-1 P235T1, P235T2, P275T1
EN 10217-1 P275T2, P355N
Boiler & pressure vessel steels
EN 10028-2 P235GH, P265GH, P295GH, P355GH
Fine grained steels
EN 10025 part 3 S275, S355, S420
EN 10025 part 4 S275, S355, S420, S460

CALCULATION DATA

Sizes Arc time Energy Dep. rate


Current Weight/ Electrodes/ kg electrodes/
Diam. x length Current range type - per electrode at max. current - 1000 pcs kg weldmetal kg weldmetal
(mm) (A) (S)* E(kJ) H(kg/h) (kg) B 1/N
2.5x350 50-100 DC+ 48 104 0.9 19.4 82 1.6
3.2x350 75-140 DC+ 75 273 1.1 41.0 42 1.72
4.0x450 140-190 DC+ 95 487 1.6 64.6 24 1.55

*Stub end 35mm

WELDING PARAMETERS, OPTIMUM FILL PASSES


Diameter Welding positions
(mm) PA/1G PB/2F PC/2G PF/3Gup PE/4G PH/5Gup
2.5 90A 90A 80A 85A 80A 85A
3.2 130A 130A 130A 115A 110A 115A
4.0 180A 175A 170A 160A

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LINCOLN 7016 DR

CLASSIFICATION
AWS A5.1 E7016 A-Nr 1
ISO 2560-A E 42 2 B 1 2 H10 F-Nr 4
9606 FM 1

GENERAL DESCRIPTION
Double Coated Basic Electrode
SMAW

Stable arc and smooth welds


Ideal for pipe welding in both root pass and filling
Excellent gap bridging
Good X-ray soundness and start/restart behaviour

WELDING POSITIONS (ISO/ASME) CURRENT TYPE


AC/DC +

PA/1G PB/2F PC/2G PF/3Gu PE/4G

APPROVALS

TÜV
Pending

CHEMICAL COMPOSITION (W%), TYPICAL, ALL WELD METAL

C Mn Si HDM
0.08 1.2 0.6 5 ml/100 g

MECHANICAL PROPERTIES, TYPICAL, ALL WELD METAL


Tensile Impact ISO-V(J)
Yield strength strength Elongation
Condition (N/mm2) (N/mm2) (%) -20°C -30°C
Required: AWS A5.1 min. 400 min. 490 min. 22 27
ISO 2560-A min. 420 500-640 min. 20 47
Typical values AW 455 560 28 70 45

PACKAGING AND AVAILABLE SIZES


Diameter (mm) 2.5 3.2 3.2 4.0
Length (mm) 350 350 450 450
Carton + PE foil Pieces / unit 205 137 134 81
Net weight/unit (kg) 4.1 4.3 5.5 5.2

Identification Imprint: Tip Color: none LINCOLN 7016 DR: rev. C-EN01-01/02/16

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EXAMPLES OF MATERIALS TO BE WELDED
Steel grades/Code Type
General structural steels
EN 10025 S185, S235, S275, S355
Ship plates
ASTM A 131 Grade A, B, D, AH32 to EH36
Cast steels

SMAW
EN 10213-2 GP240R
Pipe material
EN 10208-1 L210, L240, L290, L360
EN 10208-2 L240, L290, L360, L415, L445
API 5LX X42, X46, X52, X60
EN 10216-1 P235T1, P235T2, P275T1
EN 10217-1 P275T2, P355N
Boiler & pressure vessel steels
EN 10028-2 P235GH, P265GH, P295GH, P355GH
Fine grained steels
EN 10025 part 3/4 S275, S355, S420

CALCULATION DATA

Sizes Arc time Energy Dep. rate


Current Weight/ Electrodes/ kg electrodes/
Diam. x length Current range type - per electrode at max. current - 1000 pcs kg weldmetal kg weldmetal
(mm) (A) (S)* E(kJ) H(kg/h) (kg) B 1/N
2.5x350 60-90
3.2x350 95-150
3.2x450 95-150
4.0x350 140-190

*Stub end 35mm

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Baso® 100

CLASSIFICATION
AWS A5.1 E7016 H4R A-Nr 1
ISO 2560-A E 42 3 B 1 2 H5 F-Nr 4
9606 FM 1

GENERAL DESCRIPTION
Basic very low hydrogen electrode (HDM< 5 ml/100g)
SMAW

Excellent for general purpose welding


Will run on low open circuit voltage (min. OCV 55 V)
Good side wall wetting
Impact toughness down to -30°C
Popular at welding schools

WELDING POSITIONS (ISO/ASME) CURRENT TYPE


AC / DC +/-

PA/1G PB/2F PC/2G PF/3Gu PH/5Gu PE/4G

APPROVALS

ABS BV DNV LR GL TÜV


3H,3Y 3,3YHH 3YH5 3,3YH5 3,3YH5 +

CHEMICAL COMPOSITION (W%), TYPICAL, ALL WELD METAL

C Mn Si HDM
0.08 1.0 0.5 4 ml/100 g

MECHANICAL PROPERTIES, TYPICAL, ALL WELD METAL


Tensile Impact ISO-V(J)
Yield strength strength Elongation
Condition (N/mm2) (N/mm2) (%) -20°C -29°/-30°C
Required: AWS A5.1 min. 400 min. 490 min. 22 min. 27
ISO 2560-A min. 420 500-640 min. 20 min. 47
Typical values AW 555 600 26 120 80

PACKAGING AND AVAILABLE SIZES


Diameter (mm) 2.5 3.2 4.0 5.0
Length (mm) 350 350 350 450
Carton + PE foil Pieces / unit 136 120 90 65
Net weight/unit (kg) 2.5 4.3 4.8 6.3

Identification Imprint: 7016 / BASO 100 Tip Color: Light blue Baso® 100: rev. C-EN26-01/02/16

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Baso® 100
EXAMPLES OF MATERIALS TO BE WELDED
Steel grades/Code Type
General structural steels
EN 10025 S185, S235, S275, S355
Ship plates
ASTM A 131 Grade A, B, D, AH32 to EH36
Cast steels

SMAW
EN 10213-2 GP240R
Pipe material
EN 10208-1 L210, L240, L290, L360
EN 10208-2 L240, L290, L360, L415, L445
API 5LX X42, X46, X52, X60
EN 10216-1 P235T1, P235T2, P275T1
EN 10217-1 P275T2, P355N
Boiler & pressure vessel steels
EN 10028-2 P235GH, P265GH, P295GH, P355GH
Fine grained steels
EN 10025 part 3 S275, S355, S420
EN 10025 part 4 S275, S355, S420, S460

CALCULATION DATA

Sizes Arc time Energy Dep. rate


Current Weight/ Electrodes/ kg electrodes/
Diam. x length Current range type - per electrode at max. current - 1000 pcs kg weldmetal kg weldmetal
(mm) (A) (S)* E(kJ) H(kg/h) (kg) B 1/N
2.5x350 55-80 AC 53 116 0.8 19.1 85 1.63
3.2x350 75-115 AC 62 229 1.2 36.1 50 1.81
4.0x350 120-160 AC 64 337 1.6 50.1 34 1.72
5.0x450 160-240 AC 91 578 2.4 96.7 16 1.58
5.0x450 160-240 DC+ 93 591 2.6 96.7 15 1.44
*Stub end 35mm

WELDING PARAMETERS, OPTIMUM FILL PASSES


Diameter Welding positions
(mm) PA/1G PB/2F PC/2G PF/3Gup PE/4G PH/5Gup
2.5 80A 80A 80A 90A 85A 85A
3.2 130A 125A 140A 120A 115A 120A
4.0 165A 160A 165A 150A 140A
5.0 230A 220A 210A 200A

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Baso® 120

CLASSIFICATION
AWS A5.1 E7018 H4R A-Nr 1
ISO 2560-A E 42 3 B 3 2 H5 F-Nr 4
9606 FM 1

GENERAL DESCRIPTION
SMAW

Basic very low hydrogen electrode (HDM< 4ml/100g)


Recovery 120%
Excellent weldability even on AC in all positions
Good impact values down to -30°C
Excellent X-ray soundness

WELDING POSITIONS (ISO/ASME) CURRENT TYPE


AC / DC +/-

PA/1G PB/2F PC/2G PF/3Gu PH/5Gu PE/4G

APPROVALS

ABS BV DNV LR GL TÜV


3H,3Y 3,3YH 3YH5 3,3YH5 3YH +

CHEMICAL COMPOSITION (W%), TYPICAL, ALL WELD METAL

C Mn Si HDM
0.08 1.2 0.5 4 ml/100 g

MECHANICAL PROPERTIES, TYPICAL, ALL WELD METAL


Tensile Impact ISO-V(J)
Yield strength strength Elongation
Condition (N/mm2) (N/mm2) (%) -20°C -29°/-30°C
Required: AWS A5.1 min. 400 min. 490 min. 22 min. 27
ISO 2560-A min. 420 500-640 min. 20 min. 47
Typical values AW 540 600 26 150 80

PACKAGING AND AVAILABLE SIZES


Diameter (mm) 2.5 3.2 3.2 4.0 4.0 5.0
Length (mm) 350 350 450 350 450 450
Carton + PE foil Pieces / unit 135 120 120 85 85 55
Net weight/unit (kg) 2.5 4.5 6.0 4.6 5.9 6.0

Identification Imprint: 7018 / BASO 120 Tip Color: silver Baso® 120: rev. C-EN26-01/02/16

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Baso® 120
EXAMPLES OF MATERIALS TO BE WELDED
Steel grades/Code Type
General structural steels
EN 10025 S185, S235, S275, S355
Ship plates
ASTM A 131 Grade A, B, D, AH32 to EH36
Cast steels

SMAW
EN 10213-2 GP240R
Pipe material
EN 10208-1 L210, L240, L290, L360
EN 10208-2 L240, L290, L360, L415, L445
API 5LX X42, X46, X52, X60
EN 10216-1 P235T1, P235T2, P275T1
EN 10217-1 P275T2, P355N
Boiler & pressure vessel steels
EN 10028-2 P235GH, P265GH, P295GH, P355GH
Fine grained steels
EN 10025 part 3 S275, S355, S420
EN 10025 part 4 S275, S355, S420

CALCULATION DATA

Sizes Arc time Energy Dep. rate


Current Weight/ Electrodes/ kg electrodes/
Diam. x length Current range type - per electrode at max. current - 1000 pcs kg weldmetal kg weldmetal
(mm) (A) (S)* E(kJ) H(kg/h) (kg) B 1/N
2.5x350 60-80 AC 55 121 0.8 19.1 85 1.61
3.2x350 90-140 AC 62 229 1.3 37.1 44 1.64
3.2x450 90-140 AC 74 275 1.5 50.1 33 1.67
4.0x350 120-160 AC 63 338 1.8 54.4 32 1.72
4.0x450 120-160 DC+ 85 391 1.9 69.5 22 1.52
5.0x450 160-240 AC 99 616 2.6 108.8 14 1.54
5.0x450 160-240 DC+ 100 625 2.6 108.8 14 1.52
*Stub end 35mm

WELDING PARAMETERS, OPTIMUM FILL PASSES


Diameter Welding positions
(mm) PA/1G PB/2F PC/2G PF/3Gup PE/4G
2.5 80A 80A 85A 85A 80A
3.2 145A 120A 140A 120A 125A
4.0 175A 155A 170A 165A 145A
5.0 235A 220A 210A 195A

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Baso® G

CLASSIFICATION
AWS A5.1 E7018-1 H4R A-Nr 1
ISO 2560-A E 42 5 B 32 H5 F-Nr 4
9606 FM 1

GENERAL DESCRIPTION
Basic all position extremely low hydrogen electrode
SMAW

115 - 120% recovery


AC/DC welding in all positions especially pipe
Excellent for site welding applications
Good pipe welding
Good impact values down to -50°C
Also available in vacuum sealed Sahara ReadyPack®(SRP)

WELDING POSITIONS (ISO/ASME) CURRENT TYPE


AC / DC +/-

PA/1G PB/2F PC/2G PF/3Gu PE/4G

APPROVALS

ABS DB DNV LR GL RINA RMRS TÜV


3H,3Y 3,3YH 3YH5 3,3YH5 3YH10 4YH5 3-3YH5 +

CHEMICAL COMPOSITION (W%), TYPICAL, ALL WELD METAL

C Mn Si HDM
0.05 1.3 0.4 2 ml/100 g
MECHANICAL PROPERTIES, TYPICAL, ALL WELD METAL
Tensile Impact ISO-V(J)
Yield strength strength Elongation
Condition (N/mm2) (N/mm2) (%) -20°C -46°C -50°C
Required: AWS A5.1 min. 400 min. 490 min. 22 min. 27
ISO 2560-A min. 420 500-640 min. 20 min. 47
Typical values AW 490 575 28 200 130 100

PACKAGING AND AVAILABLE SIZES


Diameter (mm) 2.5 3.2 3.2 4.0 4.0 5.0
Length (mm) 350 350 450 350 450 450
Carton + PE foil Pieces / unit 135 120 120 85 85 55
Net weight/unit (kg) 2.8 4.4 5.8 4.7 5.9 6.0
SRP Pieces / unit 69 50 50 28 28 23
Net weight/unit (kg) 1.4 2.0 2.5 1.6 2.0 2.6

Identification Imprint: 7018-1/ BASO G+ Tip Color: blue Baso® G: rev. C-EN27-01/02/16

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Baso® G
EXAMPLES OF MATERIALS TO BE WELDED
Steel grades/Code Type
General structural steels
EN 10025 S185, S235, S275, S355
Ship plates
ASTM A 131 Grade A, B, D, AH32 to EH40
Cast steels

SMAW
EN 10213-2 GP240R
Pipe material
EN 10208-1 L210, L240, L290, L360
EN 10208-2 L240, L290, L360, L415, L445
API 5LX X42, X46, X52, X60
EN 10216-1 P235T1, P235T2, P275T1
EN 10217-1 P275T2, P355N
Boiler & pressure vessel steels
EN 10028-2 P235GH, P265GH, P295GH, P355GH
Fine grained steels
EN 10025 part 3 S275, S355, S420
EN 10025 part 4 S275, S355, S420

CALCULATION DATA

Sizes Arc time Energy Dep. rate


Current Weight/ Electrodes/ kg electrodes/
Diam. x length Current range type - per electrode at max. current - 1000 pcs kg weldmetal kg weldmetal
(mm) (A) (S)* E(kJ) H(kg/h) (kg) B 1/N
2.0x300 35-55 DC+ 50 61 0.5 11.7 149 1.75
2.5x350 55-90 DC+ 59 107 0.8 20.3 78 1.59
3.2x350 75-120 DC+ 70 234 1.2 36.5 42 1.54
3.2x450 75-120 DC+ 79 265 1.4 45.4 33 1.47
4.0x350 120-180 DC+ 75 358 1.7 50.9 28 1.45
4.0x450 120-180 DC+ 96 473 1.7 69.3 22 1.52
5.0x450 160-240 DC+ 114 671 2.2 106.2 14 1.54

*Stub end 35mm

WELDING PARAMETERS, OPTIMUM FILL PASSES


Diameter Welding positions
(mm) PA/1G PB/2F PC/2G PF/3Gup PE/4G PF/5Gup
2.0 45A
2.5 80A 80A 85A 90A 80A 80A
3.2 145A 120A 150A 120A 115A 120A
4.0 160A 145A 170A 150A 145A 145A
5.0 220A 210A 215A 170A

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Baso® 26V

CLASSIFICATION
AWS A5.1 E7048 H8 A-Nr 1
ISO 2560-A E 42 3 B 1 5 H10 F-Nr 4
9606 FM 1

GENERAL DESCRIPTION
Basic low hydrogen electrode
SMAW

Specially developed for vertical down welding on shipyards and light general construction works
Complete fusion in open root passes
Good tack weldability
Good slag removal, smooth bead appearance

WELDING POSITIONS (ISO/ASME) CURRENT TYPE


AC / DC +/-

PA/1G PB/2F PC/2G PF/3Gu PG/3Gd PE/4G

APPROVALS

ABS BV DNV LR GL RMRS


3Y 3Y 3YH10 3,3YH10 3YH10 3,3YH10

CHEMICAL COMPOSITION (W%), TYPICAL, ALL WELD METAL

C Mn Si HDM
0.09 1.1 0.7 6 ml/100 g

MECHANICAL PROPERTIES, TYPICAL, ALL WELD METAL


Impact ISO-V(J)
Yield strength Tensile strength Elongation
Condition (N/mm2) (N/mm2) (%) -20°C -29°C/-30°C
Required: AWS A5.1 min. 400 min. 490 min. 22 min. 27
ISO 2560-A min. 420 500-640 min. 20 min. 47
Typical values AW 580 630 26 130

PACKAGING AND AVAILABLE SIZES


Diameter (mm) 3.2 4.0 5.0
Length (mm) 450 450 450
Carton + PE foil Pieces / unit 150 100 70
Net weight/unit (kg) 6.1 6.2 6.7

Identification Imprint: 7048 / BASO 26V Tip Color: dark green Baso® 26: rev. C-EN25-01/02/16

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Baso® 26V
EXAMPLES OF MATERIALS TO BE WELDED
Steel grades/Code Type
General structural steels
EN 10025 S185, S235, S275, S355
Ship plates
ASTM A 131 Grade A, B, D, AH32 to EH36
Cast steels

SMAW
EN 10213-2 GP240R
Pipe material
EN 10208-1 L210, L240, L290, L360
EN 10208-2 L240, L290, L360, L415, L445
API 5LX X42, X46, X52, X60
EN 10216-1/ P235T1, P235T2, P275T1
EN 10217-1 P275T2, P355N
Boiler & pressure vessel steels
EN 10028-2 P235GH, P265GH, P295GH, P355GH
Fine grained steels
EN 10025 part 3 S275, S355, S420
EN 10025 part 4 S275, S355, S420

CALCULATION DATA

Sizes Arc time Energy Dep. rate


Current Weight/ Electrodes/ kg electrodes/
Diam. x length Current range type - per electrode at max. current - 1000 pcs kg weldmetal kg weldmetal
(mm) (A) (S)* E(kJ) H(kg/h) (kg) B 1/N
3.2x450 110-140 DC+ 51 181 1.5 34.0 48 1.62
4.0x450 155-185 DC+ 70 315 2.1 59.7 24 1.44
5.0x450 195-225 DC+ 86 435 2.7 92.9 15 1.43

*Stub end 35mm

WELDING PARAMETERS, OPTIMUM FILL PASSES


Diameter Welding positions
(mm) PA/1G PG/3Gdown PE/4G
3.2 130A 130A 125A
4.0 145A 175A 165A
5.0 220A 220A 200A

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Vandal

CLASSIFICATION
AWS A5.1 E7018-1 H4 A-Nr 1
ISO 2560-A E 42 4 B 3 2 H5 F-Nr 4
9606 FM 1

GENERAL DESCRIPTION
SMAW

Basic coated low-hydrogen welding electrode with very good welding properties giving a tough, crack resistant weld metal.
Suitable for welding structural steel and high tensile ship plate with a minimum tensile strength of 500N/mm2.
Smooth and stable arc.
The electrode is well suited for positional welding particularly vertical and overhead. Good slag removal even in narrow gaps.
The weld metal provides high crack resistance and excellent impact toughness down to temperatures of - 40°C.
Also available in ProtechTM Vacuum Pack

WELDING POSITIONS (ISO/ASME) CURRENT TYPE


AC / DC +

PA/1G PB/2F PC/2G PF/3Gu PE/4G PH/5Gu

APPROVALS

ABS BV DNV/GL TÜV RINA


3H5, 3Y 3,3Y H 4Y40H5 + 3,3Y H

CHEMICAL COMPOSITION (W%), TYPICAL, ALL WELD METAL

C Mn Si P S
0.08 1.2 0.4 ≤0.020 ≤0.015

MECHANICAL PROPERTIES, TYPICAL, ALL WELD METAL


Impact ISO-V(J)
Yield strength Tensile strength Elongation
Condition (N/mm2) (N/mm2) (%) -50°C
Typical values AW ≥420 510-610 ≥24 ≥90

PACKAGING AND AVAILABLE SIZES


Diameter (mm) 2.5 3.2 3.2 4.0 4.0 5.0
Length (mm) 350 350 450 350 450 450
Carton + PE foil Pieces / unit 90 55 55 40 40 25
Net weight/unit (kg) 1.9 1.9 2.4 2.1 2.7 2.6
ProtechTM Pieces / unit 90 55 55 40 40 25
Net weight/unit (kg) 1.9 1.9 2.4 2.1 2.7 2.6

Identification Imprint: 7018-1 VANDAL Tip Color: none Vandal: rev. C-EN27-12/02/18

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Vandal
MATERIALS TO BE WELDED
Steel grades/Code Type
General structural steels
EN 10025 S185, S235 J0 / J2 / JR, S275 J0 / J2 / JR, S355 J0 / J2 / JR /K2
Ship plates
ASTM A 131 Grade A, B, D, E, AH32 up to and including EH36
Cast steels

SMAW
EN 10213-2 GP 240 GH, GP 280 GH
Pipe material
EN 10208-1 L210 GA, L235 GA, L245 GA, L290 GA, L360 GA
EN 10208-2 L245 MB / NB, L290 MB / NB, L360 MB / NB / QB, L415 MB / NB /QB
API 5LX X42, X46, X52, X56, X60, X65
EN 10216-1 P195 TR1 / TR2, P235 TR1 / TR2, P265 TR1 / TR2
EN 10216-2 P195 GH, P235 GH, P265 GH
EN 10216-3 P275 NL1 / NL2, P355 N / NH / NL1 / NL2
Boiler & pressure vessel steels
EN 10028-2 P235GH, P265GH, P295GH, P355GH
Fine grained steels
EN 10025 part 3 S275 N / NL, S355 N / NL, S420 N / NL
EN 10025 part 4 S275 M / ML, S355 M / ML, S420 M / ML
Others Steel grades with equivalent requirements as per above classified per ASTM, JIS etc

CALCULATION DATA

Sizes Arc time Energy Dep. rate


Current Current Weight/ Electrodes/ kg electrodes/
Diam. x length range type - per electrode at max. current - 1000 pcs kg weldmetal kg weldmetal
(mm) (A) (S)* E(kJ) H(kg/h) (kg) B 1/N
2.5x350 65-95 DC+ 56 - 0.9 - 74 1,56
3.2x450 85-135 DC+ 77 - 1,4 - 34 1,48
4.0x450 110-210 DC+ 80 - 2.0 - 22 1,50
5.0x450 170-240 DC+ 105 - 2,4 - 14 1,42

*Stub end 35mm

WELDING PARAMETERS, OPTIMUM FILL PASSES


Diameter Welding positions
(mm) PA/1G PB/2F PC/2G PF/3Gup PE/4G
2.5 90 A 90 A 85 A 75 A 80 A
3.2 130 A 130 A 120 A 115 A 115 A
4.0 170 A 170 A 150 A 150 A 150 A
5.0 220 A 220 A 210 A 190 A

REMARKS / APPLICATION ADVICE


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Conarc® 48

CLASSIFICATION
AWS A5.1 E7018-1 H4R A-Nr 1
ISO 2560-A E 46 4 B 4 2 H5 F-Nr 4
9606 FM 1

GENERAL DESCRIPTION
SMAW

Basic very low hydrogen electrode (HDM< 5 ml/100g)


Recovery 130%
Excellent weldability on DC+ in all positions, especially overhead and vertical up
Excellent impact toughness down to -40°C
Excellent X-ray soundness

WELDING POSITIONS (ISO/ASME) CURRENT TYPE


DC +

PA/1G PB/2F PC/2G PF/3Gu PG/3Gd PE/4G

APPROVALS

DNV
4YH5

CHEMICAL COMPOSITION (W%), TYPICAL, ALL WELD METAL

C Mn Si HDM
0.05 1.3 0.3 4 ml/100 g

MECHANICAL PROPERTIES, TYPICAL, ALL WELD METAL


Impact ISO-V(J)
Yield strength Tensile strength Elongation -40°C
Condition (N/mm2) (N/mm2) (%) -46°C
Required: AWS A5.1 min. 400 min. 490 min. 22 min. 27
ISO 2560-A min. 460 530-680 min. 20 min. 47
Typical values AW 470 570 27 103 80

PACKAGING AND AVAILABLE SIZES


Diameter (mm) 2.0 2.5 3.2 4.0 5.0
Length (mm) 300 350 450 450 450
Carton + PE foil Pieces / unit 146 110 110 82 58
Net weight/unit (kg) 1.9 2.5 5.7 6.0 6.3

Identification Imprint: 7018-1 / CONARC 48 Tip Color: orange Conarc® 48: rev. C-EN26-01/02/16

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Conarc® 48
EXAMPLES OF MATERIALS TO BE WELDED
Steel grades/Code Type
General structural steels
EN 10025 S185, S235, S275, S355
Ship plates
ASTM A 131 Grade A, B, D, AH32 to EH40
Cast steels

SMAW
EN 10213-2 GP240R
Pipe material
EN 10208-1 L210, L240, L290, L360
EN 10208-2 L240, L290, L360, L415, L445
API 5LX X42, X46, X52, X60, X65
EN 10216-1 P235T1, P235T2, P275T1
EN 10217-1 P275T2, P355N
Boiler & pressure vessel steels
EN 10028-2 P235GH, P265GH, P295GH, P355GH
Fine grained steels
EN 10025 part 3 S275, S355, S420, S460
EN 10025 part 4 S275, S355, S420, S460

CALCULATION DATA

Sizes Arc time Energy Dep. rate


Current Weight/ Electrodes/ kg electrodes/
Diam. x length Current range type - per electrode at max. current - 1000 pcs kg weldmetal kg weldmetal
(mm) (A) (S)* E(kJ) H(kg/h) (kg) B 1/N
2.0x300 50-80 DC+ 53 0.6 14.3 123 1.76
2.5x350 80-110 DC+ 64 0.8 23.1 67 1.55
3.2x350 95-150 DC+ 67 1.3 40.0 40 1.60
3.2x450 95-150 DC+ - - - - -
4.0x350 125-210 DC+ 83 1.7 57.6 26 1.50
4.0x450 125-210 DC+ 95 1.8 73.4 21 1.54
5.0x450 190-270 DC+

*Stub end 35mm

REMARKS / APPLICATION ADVICE


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Conarc® 49

CLASSIFICATION
AWS A5.1 E7018 H4 A-Nr 1
ISO 2560-A E 46 3 B 4 2 H5 F-Nr 4
9606 FM 1

GENERAL DESCRIPTION
Basic very low hydrogen electrode (HDM< 5 ml/100g)
SMAW

Most suitable universal basic electrode for shipbuilding and light general construction work
Welding characteristics come very close to the welders ideal electrode
Almost no spatter, nice wetting and full weld pool control
One current setting for all positions possible
Perfect welding and 120% recovery contributes to high productivity
Also available in ProtechTM Vacuum Pack
WELDING POSITIONS (ISO/ASME) CURRENT TYPE
DC +
PH/5Gu
PA/1G PB/2F PC/2G PF/3Gu PH/5Gu PE/4G

APPROVALS

ABS BV DNV LR GL RMRS RINA TÜV


3H5, 3Y 3,3YH5 3YH5 3,3YH5 3YH5 3,3YH5 3,3YH5 +

CHEMICAL COMPOSITION (W%), TYPICAL, ALL WELD METAL

C Mn Si P S HDM
0.09 1.1 0.6 0.015 0.010 4 ml/100 g

MECHANICAL PROPERTIES, TYPICAL, ALL WELD METAL


Tensile Impact ISO-V(J)
Yield strength strength Elongation
Condition (N/mm2) (N/mm2) (%) -20°C -30°C -40°C
Required: AWS A5.1 min. 400 min. 483 min. 22 min. 27 27
ISO 2560-A min. 460 530-680 min. 20 min. 47
Typical values AW 480 560 28 140 120 80

PACKAGING AND AVAILABLE SIZES


Diameter (mm) 2.5 3.2 3.2 4.0 4.0 5.0
Length (mm) 350 350 450 350 450 450
Carton + PE foil Pieces / unit 91 131 115 100 93 66
Net weight/unit (kg) 4.5 4.5 5.2 5.0 6.3 6.7
ProtechTM Pieces / unit 41 64 - 44 - 33
Net weight/unit (kg) 2.0 2.2 - 2.2 - 3.3

Identification Imprint: 7018 H4/ CONARC 49 Tip Color: none Conarc® 49: rev. C-EN31-04/04/18

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Conarc® 49
EXAMPLES OF MATERIALS TO BE WELDED
Steel grades/Code Type
General structural steels
EN 10025 S185, S235, S275, S355
Ship plates
ASTM A 131 Grade A, B, D, AH32 to EH40
Cast steels

SMAW
EN 10213-2 GP240R
Pipe material
EN 10208-1 L210, L240, L290, L360
EN 10208-2 L240, L290, L360, L415
API 5LX X42, X46, X52, X60, X65
EN 10216-1 P235T1, P235T2, P275T1
EN 10217-1 P275T2, P355N
Boiler & pressure vessel steels
EN 10028-2 P235GH, P265GH, P295GH, P355GH
Fine grained steels
EN 10025 part 3 S275, S355, S420, S460
EN 10025 part 4 S275, S355, S420, S460

CALCULATION DATA

Sizes Arc time Energy Dep. rate


Current Weight/ Electrodes/ kg electrodes/
Diam. x length Current range type - per electrode at max. current - 1000 pcs kg weldmetal kg weldmetal
(mm) (A) (S)* E(kJ) H(kg/h) (kg) B 1/N
2.5x350 70-80 DC+ 58 120 0.85 23.1 73 1.7
3.2x350 110-130 DC+ 68 194 1.3 36.8 41 1.5
4.0x450 140-180 DC+ 98 429 1.8 69.5 20 1.4
5.0x450 160-240 DC+ 117 619 2.3 107.3 13 1.4

*Stub end 35mm

WELDING PARAMETERS, OPTIMUM FILL PASSES


Diameter Welding positions
(mm) PA/1G PB/2F PC/2G PF/3Gup PE/4G PH/5Gup
2.5 95A 95A 90A 90A 85A 85A
3.2 140A 130A 130A 120A 120A 110A
4.0 180A 180A 180A 160A 150A 160A
5.0 230A 230A 230A 180A

REMARKS / APPLICATION ADVICE


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Conarc® 49C

CLASSIFICATION
AWS A5.1 E7018-1 H4R A-Nr 1
ISO 2560-A E 46 4 B 3 2 H5 F-Nr 4
9606 FM 1

GENERAL DESCRIPTION
Basic extremely low hydrogen electrode
SMAW

Reliable impact toughness -40°C, good CTOD at -10°C


The off-shore electrode when Ni-alloying is not allowed
100 - 120% recovery
Good pipe welding properties
Excellent X-ray soundness
Also available in vacuum sealed Sahara ReadyPack®(SRP)
WELDING POSITIONS (ISO/ASME) CURRENT TYPE
AC/DC +/-

PA/1G PB/2F PC/2G PF/3Gu PH/5Gu PE/4G

APPROVALS

ABS BV DNV LR GL RMRS TÜV


3H,3Y 3YHH 3YH5 3,3YH5 3YH10 3,3YH5 +

CHEMICAL COMPOSITION (W%), TYPICAL, ALL WELD METAL

C Mn Si P S HDM
0.06 1.4 0.3 0.015 0.010 2 ml/100 g

MECHANICAL PROPERTIES, TYPICAL, ALL WELD METAL


Tensile Impact ISO-V(J)
Yield strength strength Elongation
Condition (N/mm )2
(N/mm2) (%) -20°C -50°C -46°/-50°C
Required: AWS A5.1 min. 400 min. 490 min. 22 min. 27
ISO 2560-A min. 460 530-680 min. 20 min. 47
Typical values AW 480 580 28 200 170 100
Suitable for both As Welded and Stress Relieve (PWHT ) conditions
CTOD value at -10°C > 0.25mm
PACKAGING AND AVAILABLE SIZES
Diameter (mm) 2.5 3.0 3.2 3.2 4.0 4.0 5.0
Length (mm) 350 350 350 450 350 450 450
Carton + PE foil Pieces / unit 135 80 120 120 85 85 55
Net weight/unit (kg) 2.7 2.4 4.4 5.8 4.7 5.9 6.0
SRP Pieces / unit 70 - 50 50 28 28 23
Net weight/unit (kg) 1.4 - 2.0 2.5 1.6 2.0 2.6
Identification Imprint: 7018-1/CONARC 49C Tip Color: grey Conarc® 49C: rev. C-EN27-12/05/16

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Conarc® 49C
EXAMPLES OF MATERIALS TO BE WELDED
Steel grades/Code Type
General structural steels
EN 10025 S185, S235, S275, S355
Ship plates
ASTM A 131 Grade A, B, D, AH32 to EH40
Cast steels

SMAW
EN 10213-2 GP240R
Pipe material
EN 10208-1 L210, L240, L290, L360
EN 10208-2 L240, L290, L360, L415, L445
API 5LX X42, X46, X52, X60, X65
EN 10216-1 P235T1, P235T2, P275T1
EN 10217-1 P275T2, P355N
Boiler & pressure vessel steels
EN 10028-2 P235GH, P265GH, P295GH, P355GH
Fine grained steels
EN 10025 part 3 S275, S355, S420, S460
EN 10025 part 4 S275, S355, S420, S460

CALCULATION DATA

Sizes Arc time Energy Dep. rate


Current Weight/ Electrodes/ kg electrodes/
Diam. x length Current range type - per electrode at max. current - 1000 pcs kg weldmetal kg weldmetal
(mm) (A) (S)* E(kJ) H(kg/h) (kg) B 1/N
2.5x350 55-80 DC+ 55 99 0.78 19.6 84 1.65
3.0x350 70-110 DC+ 53 193 1.2 30.4 58 1.77
3.2x350 80-130 DC+ 65 217 1.2 37.9 45 1.69
4.0x350 120-160 DC+ 75 348 1.6 54.2 30 1.61
4.0x450 120-160 DC+ 100 444 1.7 70.4 21 1.47
5.0x450 180-240 DC+ 90 632 2.6 105.6 15 1.60

*Stub end 35mm

WELDING PARAMETERS, OPTIMUM FILL PASSES


Diameter Welding positions
(mm) PA/1G PB/2F PC/2G PF/3Gup PE/4G PH/5Gup
2.5 80A 80A 80A 85A 80A 80A
3.0 110A 110A 115A 110A 105A 110A
3.2 140A 120A 145A 120A 120A 120A
4.0 150A 140A 150A 140A 135A 140A
5.0 220A 210A 210A 170A

REMARKS / APPLICATION ADVICE


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Best choice : 3.0 x 350mm for rootlayer welding in pipes.

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Conarc® ONE

CLASSIFICATION
AWS A5.1 E7018-1 H4R A-Nr 1
ISO 2560-A E 42 5 B 3 2 H5 F-Nr 4
9606 FM 1

GENERAL DESCRIPTION
Basic extremely low hydrogen electrode
SMAW

Reliable impact toughness -40°C, good CTOD at -10°C


The off-shore electrode when Ni-alloying is not allowed
115 - 120% recovery
Good pipe welding properties
Excellent X-ray soundness
lso available in vacuum sealed Sahara ReadyPack®(SRP)
WELDING POSITIONS (ISO/ASME) CURRENT TYPE
AC/DC +/-

PA/1G PB/2F PC/2G PF/3Gu PH/5Gu PE/4G

APPROVALS

ABS BV DNV LR GL RMRS RINA TÜV


3H,3Y 3YHH 3YH5 3,3YH5 3YH10 3,3YH5 4YH5 +

CHEMICAL COMPOSITION (W%), TYPICAL, ALL WELD METAL

C Mn Si P S HDM
0.05 1.3 0.4 0.015 0.010 3 ml/100 g

MECHANICAL PROPERTIES, TYPICAL, ALL WELD METAL


Tensile Impact ISO-V(J)
Yield strength strength Elongation
Condition (N/mm2) (N/mm2) (%) -20°C -40°C -46°C -50°C
Required: AWS A5.1 min. 400 min. 490 min. 22 min. 27
ISO 2560-A min. 420 500-640 min. 20 min. 47
Typical values AW 480 575 28 200 120 100 80
CTOD value at -10°C > 0.25mm
PACKAGING AND AVAILABLE SIZES
Diameter (mm) 2.5 3.2 4.0 5.0
Length (mm) 350 450 450 450
Carton + PE foil Pieces / unit 110 120 85 55
Net weight/unit (kg) 7.5 7.7 8.3 8.2
SRP Pieces / unit 60 50 28 23
Net weight/unit (kg) 1.4 2.5 2.0 2.5

Identification Imprint: 7018-1 / CONARC ONE Tip Color: blue Conarc® ONE: rev. rev. C-EN04-01/02/16

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Conarc® ONE
EXAMPLES OF MATERIALS TO BE WELDED
Steel grades/Code Type
General structural steels
EN 10025 S185, S235, S275, S355
Ship plates
ASTM A 131 Grade A, B, D, AH32 to EH40
Cast steels

SMAW
EN 10213-2 GP240R
Pipe material
EN 10208-1 L210, L240, L290, L360
EN 10208-2 L240, L290, L360, L415, L445
API 5LX X42, X46, X52, X60, X65
EN 10216-1 P235T1, P235T2, P275T1
EN 10217-1 P275T2, P355N
Boiler & pressure vessel steels
EN 10028-2 P235GH, P265GH, P295GH, P355GH
Fine grained steels
EN 10025 part 3 S275, S355, S420, S460
EN 10025 part 4 S275, S355, S420, S460

CALCULATION DATA

Sizes Arc time Energy Dep. rate


Current Weight/ Electrodes/ kg electrodes/
Diam. x length Current range type - per electrode at max. current - 1000 pcs kg weldmetal kg weldmetal
(mm) (A) (S)* E(kJ) H(kg/h) (kg) B 1/N
2.5x350 60-100 DC+ 60 138 0.83 23.1 72 1.67
3.2x450 90-145 DC+ 93 337 1.27 50.8 30 1.54
4.0x450 110-160 DC+ 103 464 1.65 71.2 21 1.52
5.0x450 160-250 DC+ 177 717 2.24 108.8 14 1.49

*Stub end 35mm

WELDING PARAMETERS, OPTIMUM FILL PASSES


Diameter Welding positions
(mm) PA/1G PB/2F PC/2G PF/3Gup PE/4G PH/5Gup
2.5 90A 90A 85A 90A 85A 80A
3.2 140A 140A 150A 120A 115A 120A
4.0 175A 175A 170A 150A 145A 145A
5.0 230A 230A 215A 170A

REMARKS / APPLICATION ADVICE


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Conarc® 50
CLASSIFICATION
AWS A5.1 E7018-1 H4R A-Nr 1
ISO 2560-A E 46 5 B 3 2 H5 F-Nr 4
9606 FM 1

GENERAL DESCRIPTION
Basic very low hydrogen electrode
SMAW

Excellent for general purpose welding


Good impact values down to -50°C
Also available in ProtechTM Vacuum Pack

WELDING POSITIONS (ISO/ASME) CURRENT TYPE


AC/DC +

PA/1G PB/2F PC/2G PF/3Gu PH/5Gu PE/4G

APPROVALS

ABS BV DNV/ GL LR TÜV


4Y40H5 4Y40HHH 4Y40H5 4Y40H5 Pending

CHEMICAL COMPOSITION (W%), TYPICAL, ALL WELD METAL

C Mn Si P S
0.07 1.2 0.4 ≤0.020 ≤0.010

MECHANICAL PROPERTIES, TYPICAL, ALL WELD METAL


Yield Tensile Impact ISO-V(J)
strength strength Elongation
Condition (N/mm2) (N/mm2) (%) -50°C
Typical values AW ≥430 510-600 ≥24 ≥90
SR:1h/620°C ≥420 500-590 ≥22 ≥90

PACKAGING AND AVAILABLE SIZES


Diameter (mm) 2.5 3.2 3.2 4.0 4.0
Length (mm) 350 350 450 350 450
Carton + PE foil Pieces / unit 172 110 116 76 81
Net weight/unit (kg) 4.0 4.0 5.5 4.0 5.5
ProtechTM Pieces / unit 86 52 -
Net weight/unit (kg) 2.0 1.9
Identification Imprint: 7018-1 H4 / CONARC 50 Tip Color: none Conarc® 50: rev. C-EN11-12/02/18

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Conarc® 50
EXAMPLES OF MATERIALS TO BE WELDED
Steel grades/Code Type
General structural steels
EN 10025 S185, S235, S275, S355
Ship plates
ASTM A 131 Grade A, B, D, AH32 to EH40
Cast steels

SMAW
EN 10213-2 GP240R
Pipe material
EN 10208-1 L210, L240, L290, L360
EN 10208-2 L240, L290, L360, L415
API 5LX X42, X46, X52, X60
EN 10216-1 P235T1, P235T2, P275T1
EN 10217-1 P275T2, P355N
Boiler & pressure vessel steels
EN 10028-2 P235GH, P265GH, P295GH, P355GH
Fine grained steels
EN 10025 part 3 S275, S355, S420
EN 10025 part 4 S275, S355, S420

CALCULATION DATA

Sizes Arc time Energy Dep. rate


Current Weight/ Electrodes/ kg electrodes/
Diam. x length Current range type - per electrode at max. current - 1000 pcs kg weldmetal kg weldmetal
(mm) (A) (S)* E(kJ) H(kg/h) (kg) B 1/N
2.5x350 65-90 DC+ 65 - 0.8 - 71 1.66
3.2x350 120-140 DC+ 68 - 1.3 - 43 1.60
3.2x450 120-140 DC+ 85 - 1.3 - 32 1.55
4.0x350 160-190 DC+ 76 - 1.7 - 27 1.46
4.0x450 160-190 DC+ 95 - 1.7 - 22 1.53
5.0x450 180-230 DC+ 108 - 2.3 - 14 1.44

*Stub end 35mm

WELDING PARAMETERS, OPTIMUM FILL PASSES


Diameter Welding positions
(mm) PA/1G PB/2F PC/2G PF/3Gup PE/4G
2.5 90 A 90 A 85 A 75 A 80 A
3.2 130 A 130 A 120 A 115 A 115 A
4.0 170 A 170 A 150 A 150 A 150 A
5.0 220 A 220 A 210 A 190 A

REMARKS / APPLICATION ADVICE


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Conarc® 51

CLASSIFICATION
AWS A5.1 E7016-1 H4R A-Nr 1
ISO 2560-A E 42 4 B 1 2 H5 F-Nr 4
9606 FM 1

GENERAL DESCRIPTION
Basic extremely low hydrogen electrode
SMAW

Good impact values down to -40 °C


Good CTOD at -10°C, meets offshore requirements
Excellent root pass electrode (diam. 2.5 and 3.2 mm)
Also available in vacuum sealed Sahara ReadyPack®(SRP): HDM< 3 ml/100g)

WELDING POSITIONS (ISO/ASME) CURRENT TYPE


AC/DC +/-

PA/1G PE/4G PC/2G PF/3Gu PH/5Gu

APPROVALS

ABS BV DNV LR GL TÜV


3H,3Y 3,3YHH 3YH5 3,3YH5 3YH10 +

CHEMICAL COMPOSITION (W%), TYPICAL, ALL WELD METAL

C Mn Si P S HDM
0.06 1.4 0.5 0.015 0.010 2 ml/100 g

MECHANICAL PROPERTIES, TYPICAL, ALL WELD METAL


Tensile Impact ISO-V(J)
Yield strength strength Elongation
Condition (N/mm2) (N/mm2) (%) -20°C -40°C -46°C
Required: AWS A5.1 min. 400 min. 490 min. 22 min. 27
ISO 2560-A min. 420 500-640 min. 20 min. 47
Typical values AW 520 575 28 115 80 60
CTOD value at -10°C > 0.25mm

PACKAGING AND AVAILABLE SIZES


Diameter (mm) 2.5 3.2 3.2 4.0 4.0 5.0
Length (mm) 350 350 450 350 450 450
Carton + PE foil Pieces / unit 136 150 - 100 - -
Net weight/unit (kg) 2.7 4.7 - 4.6 - -
SRP Pieces / unit 70 56 56 - 30 23
Net weight/unit (kg) 1.4 1.8 2.3 - 1.8 2.6
Identification Imprint: 7016-1 / CONARC 51 Tip Color: gold Conarc® 51: rev. C-EN27-01/02/16

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EXAMPLES OF MATERIALS TO BE WELDED
Steel grades/Code Type
General structural steels
EN 10025 S185, S235, S275, S355
Ship plates
ASTM A 131 Grade A, B, D, AH32 to EH40
Cast steels

SMAW
EN 10213-2 GP240R
Pipe material
EN 10208-1 L210, L240, L290, L360
EN 10208-2 L240, L290, L360, L415, L445
API 5LX X42, X46, X52, X60
EN 10216-1 P235T1, P235T2, P275T1
EN 10217-1 P275T2, P355N
Boiler & pressure vessel steels
EN 10028-2 P235GH, P265GH, P295GH, P355GH
Fine grained steels
EN 10025 part 3 S275, S355, S420
EN 10025 part 4 S275, S355, S420

CALCULATION DATA

Sizes Arc time Energy Dep. rate


Current Weight/ Electrodes/ kg electrodes/
Diam. x length Current range type - per electrode at max. current - 1000 pcs kg weldmetal kg weldmetal
(mm) (A) (S)* E(kJ) H(kg/h) (kg) B 1/N
2.5x350 40-80 DC+ 53 123 0.8 19.6 86 1.68
3.2x350 70-120 DC+ 62 178 1.0 30.8 57 1.74
3.2x450 70-120
4.0x350 100-160 DC+ 71 306 1.4 48.0 37 1.78
4.0x450 100-160
5.0x450 180-240 DC+ 104 702 2.6 103.0 13 1.36

*Stub end 35mm


WELDING PARAMETERS, OPTIMUM FILL PASSES
Diameter Welding positions
(mm) PA/1G PC/2G PF/3Gup PE/4G PH/5Gup
2.5 75A 70A 75A 70A 75A
3.2 100A 110A 100A 100A 100A
4.0 150A 140A 130A 125A 125A
5.0 220A 220A 180A

REMARKS / APPLICATION ADVICE


Redry electrodes 2-4h 350 ±25°C after removal from cardboard boxes

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Conarc® 52

CLASSIFICATION
AWS A5.1 E7016 A-Nr 1
ISO 2560-A E 42 2 B 1 2 H5 F-Nr 4
9606 FM 1

GENERAL DESCRIPTION
Designed for vertical up root pass welding of pipes up to and including X80 and similar steel
SMAW

Suitable for fill and cap pass welding for up to and including X65
Excellent low temperature impact properties down to -30°C
Good directed arc even at very low current makes welding easier, especially in critical pipe welding applications
Superior crack resistance, excellent stability in all welding positions
Open gap root pass welding with 2.5 and 3.2 mm electrodes using DC - / + polarity

WELDING POSITIONS (ISO/ASME) CURRENT TYPE


AC/DC +/-

PA/1G PB/2F PC/2G PF/3Gu PH/5Gu PE/4G

CHEMICAL COMPOSITION (W%), TYPICAL, ALL WELD METAL

C Mn Si P S HDM
0.06 1.2 0.4 0.015 0.010 4 ml/100 g

MECHANICAL PROPERTIES, TYPICAL, ALL WELD METAL


Yield Tensile Impact ISO-V(J)
strength strength Elongation
Condition (N/mm2) (N/mm2) (%) -20°C -29°/-30°C
Required: AWS A5.1 min. 400 min. 490 min. 22 27
ISO 2560-A min. 420 500-640 min. 20 min. 47
Typical values AW 510 560 28 100 80

PACKAGING AND AVAILABLE SIZES


Diameter (mm) 2.5 3.2 4.0
Length (mm) 350 350 350
Carton + PE foil Pieces / unit 148 157 87
Net weight/unit (kg) 2.7 4.8 4.4

Identification Imprint: 7016-1 / CONARC 52 Tip Color: black Conarc® 52: rev. C-EN06-01/02/16

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Conarc® 52
EXAMPLES OF MATERIALS TO BE WELDED
Steel grades/Code Type
General structural steels
EN 10025 S185, S235, S275, S355
Ship plates
ASTM A 131 Grade A, B, D, AH32 to EH40
Cast steels

SMAW
EN 10213-2 GP240R
Pipe material
EN 10208-1 L210, L240, L290, L360
EN 10208-2 L240, L290, L360, L415, L445
API 5LX X42, X46, X52, X60
EN 10216-1 P235T1, P235T2, P275T1
EN 10217-1 P275T2, P355N
Boiler & pressure vessel steels
EN 10028-2 P235GH, P265GH, P295GH, P355GH
Fine grained steels
EN 10025 part 3 S275, S355, S420
EN 10025 part 4 S275, S355, S420

CALCULATION DATA

Sizes Arc time Energy Dep. rate


Current Weight/ Electrodes/ kg electrodes/
Diam. x length Current range type - per electrode at max. current - 1000 pcs kg weldmetal kg weldmetal
(mm) (A) (S)* E(kJ) H(kg/h) (kg) B 1/N
2.5x350 50-80 DC+ 59 100.6 0.71 18.5 86 1.59
3.2x350 60-120 DC+ 68 179.9 1.02 30.3 52 1.57
4.0x350 120-170 DC+ 77 258.7 1.50 48.7 31 1.51

*Stub end 35mm

WELDING PARAMETERS, OPTIMUM FILL PASSES


Diameter Welding positions
(mm) PA/1G PB/2F PC/2G PF/3Gup PE/4G PH/5Gup
2.5 85A 85A 85A 75A 85A 75A
3.2 120A 115A 115A 115A 115A 115A
4.0 170A 170A 170A 140A 140A 140A

REMARKS / APPLICATION ADVICE


Redry electrodes 2-4h 350 ±25°C after removal from cardboard boxes

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Lincoln® 7018-1

CLASSIFICATION
AWS A5.1 E7018-1 A-Nr 1
ISO 2560-A E 42 4 B 3 2 H5 F-Nr 4
9606 FM 1

GENERAL DESCRIPTION
Basic very low hydrogen electrode
SMAW

Excellent for general purpose welding


Good impact values down to -46°C

WELDING POSITIONS (ISO/ASME) CURRENT TYPE


AC / DC + / -

PA/1G PB/2F PC/2G PF/3Gu PE/4G

APPROVALS

ABS BV DNV LR GL RINA TÜV


4Y40H5 4Y40HHH 4Y40H5 4Y40H5 + 4Y40H5 +

CHEMICAL COMPOSITION (W%), TYPICAL, ALL WELD METAL

C Mn Si P S
0.06 1.5 0.30 0.025 0.025

MECHANICAL PROPERTIES, TYPICAL, ALL WELD METAL


Tensile Impact ISO-V(J)
Yield strength strength Elongation
Condition (N/mm2) (N/mm2) (%) -50°C
Typical values AW ≥430 490-550 ≥24 ≥47

PACKAGING AND AVAILABLE SIZES


Diameter (mm) 2.5 3.2 3.2 4.0 4.0 5.0
Length (mm) 350 350 450 350 450 450
Carton Pieces / unit 185 120 120 85 85 55
Net weight/unit (kg) 4.1 4.2 5.5 4.3 5.8 5.5
ProtechTM Pieces / unit 90 55 55 40 40 -
Net weight/unit (kg) 2.0 1.9 2.5 2.0 2.7 -
Identification Imprint: 7018-1 / LINCOLN 7018-1 Tip Color: none Lincoln® 7018-1: rev. C-EN27-12/02/18

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EXAMPLES OF MATERIALS TO BE WELDED
Steel grades/Code Type
General structural steels
EN 10025 S185, S235, S275, S355
Ship plates
ASTM A 131 Grade A, B, D, AH32 to EH40
Cast steels

SMAW
EN 10213-2 GP240R
Pipe material
EN 10208-1 L210, L240, L290, L360
EN 10208-2 L240, L290, L360, L415
API 5LX X42, X46, X52, X60
EN 10216-1 P235T1, P235T2, P275T1
EN 10217-1 P275T2, P355N
Boiler & pressure vessel steels
EN 10028-2 P235GH, P265GH, P295GH, P355GH
Fine grained steels
EN 10025 part 3 S275, S355, S420
EN 10025 part 4 S275, S355, S420

CALCULATION DATA

Sizes Arc time Energy Dep. rate


Current Weight/ Electrodes/ kg electrodes/
Diam. x length Current range type - per electrode at max. current - 1000 pcs kg weldmetal kg weldmetal
(mm) (A) (S)* E(kJ) H(kg/h) (kg) B 1/N
2.5x350 65-95 DC+ 56 - 0,9 - 74 1,56
3.2x350 100-135 DC+ 62 - 1,3 - 42 1,53
3.2x450 85-135 DC+ 77 - 1,4 - 34 1,48
4.0x350 110-210 DC+ 66 - 1,9 - 27 1,42
4.0x450 110-210 DC+ 80 - 2,0 - 22 1,50
5.0x450 170-240 DC+ 105 - 2,4 - 14 1,42

*Stub end 35mm

WELDING PARAMETERS, OPTIMUM FILL PASSES


Diameter Welding positions
(mm) PA/1G PB/2F PC/2G PF/3Gup PE/4G
2.5 90 A 90 A 85 A 75 A 80 A
3.2 130 A 130 A 120 A 115 A 115 A
4.0 170 A 170 A 150 A 150 A 150 A
5.0 220 A 220 A 210 A 190 A

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Conarc® L150

CLASSIFICATION
AWS A5.1 E7028 H4R A-Nr 1
ISO 2560-A E 42 2 B 5 3 H5 F-Nr 1
9606 FM 1

GENERAL DESCRIPTION
Basic low hydrogen electrode (HDM< 5 ml/100g)
SMAW

150% recovery
Easy slag release
Fillet welds and horizontal V- and X-welds
Excellent weldability on AC and DC
Transformers with OCV > 70V recommended
Also available in vacuum sealed Sahara ReadyPack®(SRP)

WELDING POSITIONS (ISO/ASME) CURRENT TYPE


AC/DC + / -

PA/1G PB/2F PC/2G

APPROVALS

ABS BV DNV LR GL TÜV


3H,3Y 3,3YH 3YH5 3,3YH15 3YH10 +

CHEMICAL COMPOSITION (W%), TYPICAL, ALL WELD METAL

C Mn Si P S HDM
0.07 0.95 0.4 0.015 0.010 4 ml/100 g

MECHANICAL PROPERTIES, TYPICAL, ALL WELD METAL


Yield Tensile Impact ISO-V(J)
strength strength Elongation
Condition (N/mm2) (N/mm2) (%) -18°C/-20°C
Required: AWS A5.1 min. 400 min. 490 min. 22 min. 27
ISO 2560-A min. 420 500-640 min. 20 min. 47
Typical values AW 540 580 27 75

PACKAGING AND AVAILABLE SIZES


Diameter (mm) 3.2 4.0 5.0
Length (mm) 450 450 450
Carton + PE foil Pieces / unit 90 55 35
Net weight/unit (kg) 5.9 5.3 5.2
SRP Pieces / unit - 21 -
Net weight/unit (kg) - 2.1 -
Identification Imprint: 7028 / CONARC L150 Tip Color: yellow Conarc®L150: rev. C-EN26-01/02/16

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Conarc® L150
EXAMPLES OF MATERIALS TO BE WELDED
Steel grades/Code Type
General structural steels
EN 10025 S185, S235, S275, S355
Ship plates
ASTM A 131 Grade A, B, D, AH32 to EH40
Cast steels

SMAW
EN 10213-2 GP240R
Pipe material
EN 10208-1 L210, L240, L290, L360
EN 10208-2 L240, L290, L360, L415, L445
API 5LX X42, X46, X52, X60
EN 10216-1 P235T1, P235T2, P275T1
EN 10217-1 P275T2, P355N
Boiler & pressure vessel steels
EN 10028-2 P235GH, P265GH, P295GH, P355GH
Fine grained steels
EN 10025 part 3 S275, S355, S420
EN 10025 part 4 S275, S355, S420

CALCULATION DATA

Sizes Arc time Energy Dep. rate


Current Weight/ Electrodes/ kg electrodes/
Diam. x length Current range type - per electrode at max. current - 1000 pcs kg weldmetal kg weldmetal
(mm) (A) (S)* E(kJ) H(kg/h) (kg) B 1/N
3.2x450 140-160 AC/DC+ 84 375 1.7 64.8 26 1.67
4.0x450 175-220 AC/DC+ 80 555 2.6 97.8 17 1.69
5.0x450 275-325 AC/DC+ 75 838 4.4 155.7 11 1.72
6.0x450 325-350 AC/DC+ 85 1260 5.4 209.4 8 1.64

*Stub end 35mm

WELDING PARAMETERS, OPTIMUM FILL PASSES


Diameter Welding positions
(mm) PA/1G PB/2F PC/2G
3.2 150A 150A 140A
4.0 210A 200A 190A
5.0 310A 280A
6.0 360A 300A

REMARKS / APPLICATION ADVICE


Redry electrodes 2-4h 350 ±25°C after removal from cardboard boxes Transformers with OCV > 70 V recommended

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Conarc® V180

CLASSIFICATION
AWS A5.1 E7028 H4R A-Nr 1
ISO 2560-A E 42 4 B 7 3 H5 F-Nr 1
9606 FM 1

GENERAL DESCRIPTION
SMAW

Basic extremely low hydrogen electrode (HDM< 3 ml/100g)


175% recovery and easy slag release
Fillet welds and horizontal V- and X-welds
Reliable impact toughness down to -40°C, good CTOD at -10°C
Excellent X-ray quality
Also available in vacuum sealed Sahara ReadyPack® (SRP)

WELDING POSITIONS (ISO/ASME) CURRENT TYPE


AC/DC + / -
PA/1G PB/2F PC/2G

APPROVALS

ABS BV DNV LR GL RINA RMRS


3YH5 3,3YHH 3YH5 3,3YH5 3YH10 3YH5 3-3YH5

CHEMICAL COMPOSITION (W%), TYPICAL, ALL WELD METAL

C Mn Si P S HDM
0.08 1.2 0.3 0.015 0.010 2 ml/100 g

MECHANICAL PROPERTIES, TYPICAL, ALL WELD METAL


Yield Tensile Impact ISO-V(J)
strength strength Elongation
Condition (N/mm2) (N/mm2) (%) -18°C/-20°C -40°C
Required: AWS A5.1 min. 400 min. 490 min. 22 min. 27
ISO 2560-A min. 420 500-640 min. 20 min. 47
Typical values AW 440 510 30 130 80
CTOD value at -10°C > 0.25mm
PACKAGING AND AVAILABLE SIZES
Diameter (mm) 3.2 4.0 5.0 6.3
Length (mm) 450 450 450 450
Carton + PE foil Pieces / unit - 60 40 23
Net weight/unit (kg) - 6.0 6.1 5.4
SRP Pieces / unit 27 23 19 -
Net weight/unit (kg) 2.0 2.4 2.8 -
Identification Imprint: 7028 / CONARC V180 Tip Color: white Conarc® V180: rev. C-EN24-01/02/16

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Conarc® V180

EXAMPLES OF MATERIALS TO BE WELDED


Steel grades/Code Type
General structural steels
EN 10025 S185, S235, S275, S355
Ship plates
ASTM A 131 Grade A, B, D, AH32 to EH40

SMAW
Cast steels
EN 10213-2 GP240R
Pipe material
EN 10208-1 L210, L240, L290, L360
EN 10208-2 L240, L290, L360, L415, L445
API 5LX X42, X46, X52, X60
EN 10216-1 P235T1, P235T2, P275T1
EN 10217-1 P275T2, P355N
Boiler & pressure vessel steels
EN 10028-2 P235GH, P265GH, P295GH, P355GH
Fine grained steels
EN 10025 part 3 S275, S355, S420
EN 10025 part 4 S275, S355, S420

CALCULATION DATA

Sizes Arc time Energy Dep. rate


Current Weight/ Electrodes/ kg electrodes/
Diam. x length Current range type - per electrode at max. current - 1000 pcs kg weldmetal kg weldmetal
(mm) (A) (S)* E(kJ) H(kg/h) (kg) B 1/N
3.2x450 130-160 AC 73 337 2.3 68.9 21 1.47
4.0x450 170-240 AC 70 538 3.6 101.0 14 1.45
5.0x450 275-330 AC 75 780 4.9 149.7 10 1.45
6.3x450 280-425 AC 83 1171 7.0 230.4 6 1.43

*Stub end 35mm

WELDING PARAMETERS, OPTIMUM FILL PASSES


Diameter Welding positions
(mm) PA/1G PB/2F PC/2G
3.2 160A 140A 140A
4.0 230A 190A 190A
5.0 300A 230A 230A
6.3 390A 280A

REMARKS / APPLICATION ADVICE


Redry electrodes 2-4h 350 ±25°C after removal from cardboard boxes Transformers with OCV > 70 V recommended

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Kardo®

CLASSIFICATION
AWS A5.1 E6018 1) A-Nr 1
ISO 2560-A E 35 2 B 3 2 H5 F-Nr 4
1)
according to classification 1966 9606 FM 1
SMAW

GENERAL DESCRIPTION
Basic extremely low hydrogen electrode (HDM< 3 ml/100g)
Repairs and tie-ins in oil and gas transport pipe lines
Low yield and ultimate tensile strength, high impact toughness
Buffer layer electrode for internally cladded stainless steel
Only available in vacuum sealed Sahara ReadyPack® (SRP)

WELDING POSITIONS (ISO/ASME) CURRENT TYPE


AC/DC +/-

PA/1G PB/2F PC/2G PF/3Gu PH/5Gu PE/4G

CHEMICAL COMPOSITION (W%), TYPICAL, ALL WELD METAL

C Mn Si P S HDM
0.03 0.4 0.25 0.015 0.010 3 ml/100 g

MECHANICAL PROPERTIES, TYPICAL, ALL WELD METAL


Tensile Impact ISO-V(J)
Yield strength strength Elongation
Condition (N/mm2) (N/mm2) (%) -18°C/-20°C
Required: AWS A5.1 min. 331 min. 414 min. 22 min. 27
ISO 2560-A min. 355 440-570 min. 22
Typical values AW 390 450 28 >200

PACKAGING AND AVAILABLE SIZES


Diameter (mm) 2.5 3.2 4.0
Length (mm) 350 350 350
SRP Pieces / unit 23 17 28
Net weight/unit (kg) 0.5 0.7 1.5

Identification Imprint: KARDO Tip Color: black Kardo®: rev. C-EN25-01/02/16

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EXAMPLES OF MATERIALS TO BE WELDED


Weld the buffer layer of CrNi- and CrNiMo-stainless clad steel with one side welding.
High strength Fine grained steels as S460 for NH3 storage tanks, to weld very soft, ferritic cap layers
Pipe line steel grades, to weld low yield strength fillet welds in split-T-joints (system Nederlandse Gasunie)
API 5L: X52 - X65 (EN 10208: L360 to L460).

SMAW
CALCULATION DATA
Sizes Current range Current Arc time Energy Dep. rate Weight/ Electrodes/ kg electrodes/
Diam. x length (A) type - per electrode at max. current - 1000 pcs kg weldmetal kg weldmetal
(mm) (kg) B 1/N
(S)* E(kJ) H(kg/h)
2.5x350 60-80 DC+ 81 173 0.5 19.7 81 1.60
3.2x350 90-120 DC+ 84 252 1.0 36.5 43 1.58
4.0x350 120-160 DC+ 79 448 1.6 53.0 29 1.56

*Stub end 35mm

WELDING PARAMETERS, OPTIMUM FILL PASSES


Diameter Welding positions
(mm) PA/1G PB/2F PC/2G PF/3Gup PE/4G PH/5Gup
2.5 80A 80A 80A 85A 80A 80A
3.2 140A 120A 145A 120A 120A 120A
4.0 150A 140A 150A 140A 135A 140A

REMARKS / APPLICATION ADVICE


Use electrodes directly from Sahara ReadyPack.
Restrict dilution on stainless steel root runs.

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Shield Arc® HYP+

CLASSIFICATION
AWS A5.5 E 7010-P1 A-Nr 1
ISO 2560-A E 42 2 Mo C 2 5 F-Nr 3
9606 FM 1

GENERAL DESCRIPTION
SMAW

Cellulosic electrode for vertical down pipe welding


Suitable for pipe with strengths X52 trough X65
Cleaner weld puddle
Very low tendency to peel or flake off under high electrode pressure in tight joints
Low susceptibility to wagon tracks, windows and pinholes
Very low spatter and smoother arc action

APPROVALS

TÜV ABS
+ +

WELDING POSITIONS (ISO/ASME) CURRENT TYPE


DC +

PJ/5Gd

CHEMICAL COMPOSITION (W%), TYPICAL, ALL WELD METAL

C Mn Si Mo V
0.13-0.17 0.49-0.63 0.08-0.18 0.27-0.31 <0.01

MECHANICAL PROPERTIES, TYPICAL, ALL WELD METAL


Yield Tensile Impact ISO-V(J)
strength strength Elongation
Condition (N/mm2) (N/mm2) (%) -20°C -29°C
Required: AWS A5.5 min. 415 min. 490 min. 22 min. 27
ISO 2560-A min. 420 500-640 min. 20 min. 47
Typical values AW 435-525 525-635 24 50

PACKAGING AND AVAILABLE SIZES


Diameter (mm) 3.2 4.0 4.8
Length (mm) 355 355 355
Metal can Pieces / unit 873 561 388
Net weight/unit (kg) 22.7 22.7 22.7

Identification Imprint: 7010-P1 Tip Color: none Shield Arc®HYP+: rev. C-EN07-01/02/16

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Shield Arc® HYP+

EXAMPLES OF MATERIALS TO BE WELDED


Steel grades/Code Type
Pipe material
EN 10208-2 L360 , L415, L445
EN 10216-1 / 10217-1 P355
API 5LX X52, X56, X60, X65

SMAW
Gaz de France X52, X63

CALCULATION DATA
Sizes Current range Current Weight/
Diam. x length (A) type 1000 pcs
(mm) (kg)

3.2x355 75-130 DC+ 26


4.0x355 90-185 DC+ 40.4
4.8x355 140-225 DC+ 58.5

*Stub end 35mm

WELDING PARAMETERS, OPTIMUM FILL PASSES


Diameter Welding positions
(mm) PJ/5Gdown
3.2 75-130A
4.0 90-185A
4.8 140-225A

REMARKS / APPLICATION ADVICE


Preheating pipe material from L380 to L450 (X56 to X65) required (acc.EN 1011-1).
Pipeclamps to be removed after finishing root pass,start welding hot pass (within 5 min) after root pass
Use electrodes directly from metal Metal cans
Use Fleetweld 5P+ for lower hardness in the root pass.

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Shield Arc® 70+

CLASSIFICATION
AWS A5.5 E8010-G A-Nr 10
ISO 2560-A E 46 4 1Ni C 2 5 F-Nr 3
9606 FM 2

GENERAL DESCRIPTION
Cellulosic coated electrode for vertical down pipe welding
SMAW

Suitable for pipe with strengths in the range of X56 - X70


Metal can be used for root, fill and capping passes
Low susceptibility to wagon tracks, windows and pinholes
Good impact values
Metal can be used for silicon-killed steels

WELDING POSITIONS (ISO/ASME) CURRENT TYPE


DC +

PJ/5Gd

APPROVALS

TÜV ABS
+ +

CHEMICAL COMPOSITION (W%), TYPICAL, ALL WELD METAL

C Mn Si Ni Cr Mo V
0.13-0.17 0.6-1.2 0.05-0.3 0.75-0.97 0.01-0.2 0.05-0.15 0.02-0.04

MECHANICAL PROPERTIES, TYPICAL, ALL WELD METAL


Tensile Impact ISO-V(J)
Yield strength strength Elongation
Condition (N/mm2) (N/mm2) (%) -29°C -40°C -46°C
Required: AWS A5.5 min. 460 min. 550 min. 19
ISO 2560-A min. 460 530-680 min. 20 min. 47
Typical values AW 460-620 585-680 24 75 60

PACKAGING AND AVAILABLE SIZES


Diameter (mm) 3.2 4.0 4.8
Length (mm) 355 355 355
Metal can Pieces / unit 873 561 388
Net weight/unit (kg) 22.7 22.7 22.7

Identification Imprint: 8010-G Tip Color: none Shield Arc 70+: rev. C-EN27-01/02/16

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Shield Arc® 70+

EXAMPLES OF MATERIALS TO BE WELDED


Steel grades/Code Type
Pipe material
EN 10208-2 L360 , L415, L445, L480
EN 10216-1 / 10217-1 P355
API 5LX X56, X60, X65, X70

SMAW
Gaz de France X52, X63

CALCULATION DATA
Sizes Current range Current Weight/
Diam. x length (A) type 1000 pcs
(mm) (kg)

3.2x355 75-130 DC+ 26


4.0x355 90-185 DC+ 40.4
4.8x355 140-225 DC+ 58.5
*Stub end 35mm

WELDING PARAMETERS, OPTIMUM FILL PASSES


Diameter Welding positions
(mm) PJ/5Gdown
3.2 75-130A
4.0 90-185A
4.8 140-225A

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BASIC ELECTRODE FOR WEATHERING RESISTANT STEEL

Conarc® 55CT

CLASSIFICATION
AWS A5.5 E8018-W2-H4R 1) A-Nr 10 Deviation,see remarks - 2)Nearest classification
1)

ISO 2560-A E 46 5 Mn1Ni B 3 2 H5 2) F-Nr 4


9606 FM 2
SMAW

GENERAL DESCRIPTION
All position electrode for welding weather resistant steel like Cor-Ten, Patinax etc...
Basic extremely low hydrogen electrode
Excellent mechanical properties (impact down to -50°C)
Also available in vacuum sealed Sahara ReadyPack®(SRP): HDM< 3 ml/100g

WELDING POSITIONS (ISO/ASME) CURRENT TYPE


AC / DC +/-

PA/1G PB/2F PC/2G PF/3Gu PE/4G PH/5Gu

APPROVALS

LR
4Y42H5
CHEMICAL COMPOSITION (W%), TYPICAL, ALL WELD METAL

C Mn Si P S Ni Cu HDM
0.05 1.5 0.4 0.010 0.015 0.9 0.4 3 ml/100 g

MECHANICAL PROPERTIES, TYPICAL, ALL WELD METAL


0.2% Proof Tensile Impact ISO-V(J)
strength strength Elongation
Condition (N/mm2) (N/mm2) (%) -18°C -20°C -40°C -50°C
Required: AWS A5.5 min. 460 min. 550 min. 19 min. 27
ISO 2560-A min. 460 530-680 min. 20 min. 47
Typical values AW 540 610 25 115 100 60
PACKAGING AND AVAILABLE SIZES
Diameter (mm) 2.5 3.2 4.0
Length (mm) 350 350 350
Carton + PE foil Pieces / unit 140 120 -
Net weight/unit (kg) 2.7 4.5 -
SRP Pieces / unit 69 50 27
Net weight/unit (kg) 1.4 1.9 1.5

Identification Imprint: CONARC 55CT Tip Color: black Conarc® 55CT: rev. C-EN28-01/02/16

All information in this data sheet is accurate to the best of our knowledge at the time of printing. Please refer to www.lincolnelectric.eu for any udpated information.
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EXAMPLES OF MATERIALS TO BE WELDED


Steel grades/Code Type
Weather resisting steels
EN 10025-5 S235 J0W
S235 J2W
S355 J0W

SMAW
S355 J2W
S355 K2G1W
Weather resistant steels like Cor-Ten®,Patinax®-F,Patinax®-37 and similar Ni- and Cu-alloyed steels

CALCULATION DATA

Sizes Arc time Energy Dep. rate


Current Weight/ Electrodes/ kg electrodes/
Diam. x length Current range type - per electrode at max. current - 1000 pcs kg weldmetal kg weldmetal
(mm) (A) (S)* E(kJ) H(kg/h) (kg) B 1/N
2.5x350 55-85 DC+ 53 81 0.77 19.7 88 1.74
3.2x350 80-145 DC+ 70 223 1.2 36.9 43 1.60
4.0x350 120-185 DC+ 77 355 1.6 54.1 29 1.59
5.0x450 180-270 DC+ 104 784 2.4 105.2 15 1.53

*Stub end 35mm

WELDING PARAMETERS, OPTIMUM FILL PASSES


Diameter Welding positions
(mm) PA/1G PB/2F PC/2G PF/3Gup PE/4G PH/5Gup
2.5 110A 110A 115A 110A 105A 110A
3.2 140A 120A 145A 120A 120A 120A
4.0 150A 140A 150A 140A 135A 140A
5.0 220A 210A 210A 170A

REMARKS / APPLICATION ADVICE


Redry electrodes 2-4h 350 ±25°C after removal from cardboard boxes

Deviations:chemical composition:
Mn = 1.4 - 1.9% AWS:Mn = 0.50 - 1.30%
Si = 0.15 - 0.60% AWS:Si = 0.35 - 0.80%
Cr = 0.1% AWS:Cr = 0.45 - 0.70%
Ni = 0.7 - 1.0% AWS: Ni = 0.40 - 0.80%
Cu = 0.3 - 0.5% EN:Cu max.0.3%

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HIGH STRENGTH BASIC ELECTRODE

Conarc® 60G

CLASSIFICATION
AWS A5.5 E9018M-H4 A-Nr 10
ISO 18275-A E 55 4 Z B 32 H5 F-Nr 4
9606 FM 2

GENERAL DESCRIPTION
SMAW

Basic all position extremely low hydrogen electrode (HDM< 2 ml/100g)


For welding high strength steel grades (UTS 540-640 N/mm2)
Good impact values down to -51°C DC welding preferred
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